Summary: A small rock platform near the Topham Trail with a very weathered Aboriginal engraving of a small man.

An Aboriginal engraving of a small man (about 1.5m in height), on a small rock platform east of the Topham Trail. The figure is very weathered, and very hard to see without good lighting.

AWAT5099 LR Topham Trail Small Man engraving
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