Summary: An Aboriginal engraving site along a small creek above the Tunnel Trail, which has multiple figures and some axe grinding grooves.

A long rock ledge along a small creek above Mullet Creek has several Aboriginal engravings, and some axe grinding grooves.

The most distinctive engraving looks like a kangaroo, but with a very unusually carved face.

There’s also an oval-shaped figures, and a fish which seems to have been speared.

Another deeply carved figure appears to have been damaged by the rock breaking.

Where the creek drops over the rock ledge, there are a few axe grinding grooves.

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