Summary: Grooved water channel and axe grinding grooves on a rock platform near the Pogson Trig Firetrail.

Near the Pogson Trig Firetrail on a series of rock platforms are about ten shallow axe grinding grooves, around a circular pothole.

AWAT5464 LR 1 Pogson Trig Waterhole

Between this potole and another smaller a short distance below, is a grooved water channel.

AWAT5452 LR Pogson Trig Waterhole
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