Summary: Water channels that appear to be of Aboriginal origin, below the STEP Track in South Turramurra.

Just below the STEP Track in South Turramurra are a number of water holes along the creek, and what appear to be water channels.

AWAT4084 LR STEP Track Waterhole

Although the grooves may not be of Aboriginal provenance, they appear to be man-made and similar in appearance to other water channels in the area.

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