Summary: A long shelter with a panel of Aboriginal rock art, above Tootie Creek in the Wollemi National Park.

A long shelter in a gully above Tootie Creek has a long panel of Aboriginal rock art, with multiple charcoal figures along the back wall and ceiling.

One of the more prominent figures is a bird, or bird-like animal.

There are a few vertical figures, which may be humans.

There are many more indeterminate figures painted along the 20m long panel.

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