Summary: Aboriginal cave art in a long shelter below the Koolewong Ridge Firetrail. There over 30 ideterminate motifs ni charcoal and ochre.

Over 30 motifs have been recorded in a large shelter below the Koolewong Ridge Trail; unfortunately, the long and deep shelter has been used as a camping site, and rubbish detracts from the otherwise impressive cave.

AWAT0084 LR Koolewong Trail Shelter

The Aboriginal cave art consists of drawings in both ochre and charcoal, but while there are a large number of them they are mostly of indeterminate figures.

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