Summary: Three shelters along a low cliff line near the Hungry Trig station contain one or two Aboriginal red ochre hand stencils

Between the Hungry Trig and Hungary Trail (yes, they are spelt differently) is a low cliff-line, which has a series of overhangs with Aboriginal hand stencils. The first shelter is very shallow, with a rocky floor.

AWAT8133 LR Hungry Trig Hand Stencils

It has a single identifiable hand stencil, in red ochre.

AWAT8145 LR Hungry Trig Hand Stencils

The next shelter has a very faint remnant of a hand stencil, which is hard to make out.

AWAT8169 LR Hungry Trig Hand Stencils

The third shelter is the largest; it’s relatively shallow but very long.

AWAT8163 LR Hungry Trig Hand Stencils

It has (at least) two identifiable hand stencils.

AWAT8154 LR Hungry Trig Hand Stencils

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