Summary: A small Aboriginal engraving site along the Peats Crater Trail in the Muogamarra Nature Reserve.

Next to the Peats Crater Trail in the Muogamarra Nature Trail are a small group of Aboriginal engravings, which were pointed out by a park ranger. Visible from the track are a series of figures, some of which appear to be birds.

Nearby is a wallaby or kangaroo, which is depicted in a very unusual pose.

This Aboriginal engraving site was “highlighted” by NPWS (using a non-destructive technique which removes dirt and fungal growth from the grooves) to make it much easier for visitors to see the figures.

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