Summary: A quite clearly defined kangaroo, and some smaller engravings, next to the Max Allen Track on a small rock

Located right next to the Max Allen Track is a quite clearly defined kangaroo, which was re-cut at some stage with a steel tool. It is unusual as both upper and lower limbs of the animal are shown, which is stylistically different to most macropod engravings north of the Georges River.

img 4789 lr 1 Max Allen Track (Killara)

Just behind the kangaroo is a non-returning boomerang.

IMG 4793 LR Max Allen Track (Killara)

Less distinct and much harder to make out are a fish, bird track and two mundoes.

engraving Max Allen Track (Killara)
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