Summary: Faint Aboriginal charcoal drawings, in a small shelter near the industrial area of Mt Ku-ring-gai

Near Gundah Road in the Berowra Valley National Park is a small overhang, not far from the industrial area of Mt Ku-ring-gai, which contains Aboriginal rock art.

AWAT4377 LR Gundah Road Shelter

The figures are drawn in charcoal; they are quite faint and not immediately identifiable as being drawings.

AWAT4374 LR Gundah Road Shelter

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