Summary: Aboriginal rock art including charcoal drawings and red ochre hand stencils in a long shelter below the old Pacific Highway

Below the old Pacific Highway at Mt Ku-ring-gai is a long shelter, with graffiti (some of it dating back to 1923) and evidence of recent habitation or camping.

IMG 0358 LR Mt Ku-ring-gai - Pacific Hwy SWA

At one of the overhang is a panel with multiple charcoal drawings, and possibly some faded stencils.

At the opposite end of the shelter are some faded stencils of children’s hands.

AWAT4216 LR Mt Ku-ring-gai - Pacific Hwy SWA
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