Summary: An Aboriginal engraving site above the Mt Ku-ring-gai Track with a giant bandicoot, echidna, three men and what may be an ancestral figure.

Above the Mt Ku-ring-gail Track, on adjacent rock platforms surrounded by scrub, is an Aboriginal engraving site. The figures include a giant bandicoot, echidna, three men and what may be an ancestral figure.

The bandicoot is over a meter in length, on the edge of a rock.

AWAT9781 LR Mt Ku-ring-gai Track engravings
AWAT9862 LR Mt Ku-ring-gai Track engravings

There is considerable detail in its long mouth, or snout.

AWAT9735 LR Mt Ku-ring-gai Track engravings

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