Summary: A small site near the Topham Trail with an indistinct engraving, which may be a boomerang.

A small rock platform on the east side of the Topham Trail has a single, weathered Aboriginal engraving.

AWAT5069 LR Topham Trail boomerang engraving

It’s not clear what the engraving represents: it was described as an “indistinct beak or boomerang”. It could also represent an eel.

AWAT5066 LR Topham Trail boomerang engraving
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Aboriginal Sites by National Park

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