A long but fairly shallow rock overhang, the Popran Art 1 Shelter was “discovered” in 2005 by John Appleton, an archaeologist conducting a field survey near the Calga quarry.
The shelter contains numerous art motifs, including two macropod figures and some unidentified lines.
The shelter also contains a number of hand stencils (images enhanced to highlight stencils).
In some cases, the hand stencils are superimposed with charcoal art.
This panel has at least three hand stencils.
Cave art and Waterfalls in Popran National Park | Hiking the World · August 28, 2021 at 11:36 pm
[…] In one of these caves we spot some charcoal drawings, although it’s hard to determine what they represent. I discover later (thanks Collette!) that this is the Popran 1 Art shelter. […]