Summary: Single Aboriginal engraving of a kangaroo on a rock platform near the Salvation Loop Track.

On one of a series of rock platforms near the Salvation Loop Track is a single Aboriginal engraving of a wallaby or kangaroo.

AWAT5197 LR Salvation Loop Kangaroo

This engraving is near another Aboriginal engraving site which has multiple kangaroos and a wombat.

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