Above the Road to Nowhere Trail on a large expanse of rock is a large whale, about four metres in length with “long convex head projecting from wider anterior end of body, 2 eyes, oval 6″ long attached to front of head, curved oval body as if swimming”, 2 opposite pectoral fins”.
An unusual oval or “oblong figure” is in front of its snout.
Slippery Dip Loop (Garigal NP) | Hiking the World · August 24, 2021 at 12:01 am
[…] ahead on what is now called Road to Nowhere, which follows the ridge. Not far off the track is an Aboriginal engraving site, on a large rock platform that has sweeping views in all […]