Summary: An Aboriginal engraving of a kangaroo; one of a series of ten sites documented by Ian Sim near the Milyerra Trail

A bit further on the same rock platform as Sim Group 167, Series 5 is a large kangaroo (Sim Group 167, Series 6), which is faint and quite hard to make out.

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On a second visit, when the rock was wet from rain, the kangaroo was much easier to make out.

AWAT0532 LR Milyerra Trail - Kangaroo
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