Summary: A spectacular Aboriginal rock art site near the Terraborra North Ridge, with a long panel containing over 30 charcoal figures.

A tall overhang at the end of a long cliff-line near the Terraborra North Ridge is the location of a spectacular Aboriginal art site.

Over thirty figures are drawn in charcoal on a long art panel.

Near the centre of the panel are a number of human figures; some unmistakenly female, and others of indeterminate gender.

Other figures are anthropomorphs.

At both ends of the panel are indeterminate figures.

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