Located in the middle of an informal walking track between Natural Arch Track and Forestville Park is a wallaby or kangaroo. A few nearby engravings are considered to be fake.

Located on a long ledge that’s used as informal bushwalking track is a single engraving of a kangaroo, and some “fake” engravings.

The leaping kangaroo was described as “weathering badly” in the early 1980s, and is quite hard to make out.

Source: Sydney Rock Engraving

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