Summary: A few hand stencils in a long sandstone overhang on Porto Ridge, near Peak Hill.

On Porto Ridge along the informal trail to Peak Hill near Brooklyn is a tall and high shelter, which has a few Aboriginal hand stencils.

The hand stencils are in red ochre, at the far end of the shelter. They are somewhat weathered.

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