Summary: Two very weathered wallabies near the Lyre Trig Firetrail.

Near the Lyre Trig Fire Trail are very weathered Aboriginal engravings of two wallabies or kangaroos.

wallabies2 Lyre Trig Two Wallabies
Image credit: Sydney Rock Art

The lower of the two wallabies is easier to discern – but still very difficult to make out the entire shape on the weathered rock.

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