Summary: Aboriginal engraving of a fish or an eel, above a waterfall at Kariong Scout Camp.

Within the Kariong Scout Camp is a large waterfall, formed by a creek plunging over a high cliff.

AWAT0703 LR Scout Camp Waterfall Eel

On a broad ledge below the top of the waterfall is a small Aborigingl engraving, which probably represents an eel or fish.

Kariong Scout Camp eel engraving

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