Summary: A circular pothole surrounded by over 20 axe grinding grooves, near the Peeble Trail just outside Marramarra National Park.

On a rock platforn near the Peebles Trail is a waterhole, which is surrounded by axe grinding grooves.

There are least 20 grooves (and what appears to be a gooved channel) around the circular pothole.

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