Summary: An Aboriginal engraving site with a weathered figured of a woman, on a small rock ledge near Mona Vale Road

Below Mona Vale Road on an isolated rock ledge is an Aboriginal engraving of a woman.

AWAT0315 LR highlighted Mona Vale Road Woman

You can still make out the woman’s breasts and upper body; the feet are very weathered.

AWAT0311 LR Mona Vale Road Woman

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