Summary: A long sandstone shelter in the MacDonald River area of Yengo NAtional Park, which has some weathered charcoal art.

A very long, but short sandstone shelter on a ridge above Gorricks Creek contains some faded Aboriginal rock art.

The only obvious art is in drawn in charcoal, and appears to be of two male figures.

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