Summary: The Girrakool Aboriginal site has a carving of a man located on a rock platform along the Girrakool Loop walking track.

This engraving site is signposted, and is located along the Girrakool loop track.

Girakool engraving site

There’s a single (fairly weathered) carving of a man; it is cleaned up periodically by NPWS ot make it easer to see.

Engraving of a man along the Girrakool TrackIMG 4563 LR highlighted Girrakool Man
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Girrakool Loop Track (Brisbane Water NP) | Hiking the World · August 23, 2021 at 5:32 pm

[…] small Girrakool Aboriginal engraving site has one figure, which is fairly easy to make out (it was a very overcast day, so the photo is not […]

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