Summary: A sandstone shelter near The Scenic Road which has a panel of Aboriginal rock art, including a bird, part of a kangaroo and many indeterminate figures.

A long sandstone shelter below The Scenic Road in Bouddi National Park has a number of charcoal motifs.

The two figures below include what appears to be some type of bird.

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Another panel next to the one above has multiple charcoal motifs; many are indeterminate, but there is the top part of a kangaroo.

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The head of the wallaby or kangaroo is fairly distinct.

Most of the other figures are distinct, but it’s hard to figure out what they represent.

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