Two adjacent shelters along the same cliff-line in Mt Ku-ring-gai contain some of the most spectacular Aboriginal rock art in Sydney’s north.
One of the central figures is drawn in red ochre, and looks similar to a Baiame motif at the Cliff Oval site in Wahroonga.
Most of the artwork is in charcoal, with a large panel containing multiple motifs.
More charcoal art is located on smaller across the two shelters.
Unlike many other shelters around Mt Ku-ring-gai, there is no graffiti and no evidence of recent habitation.