Summary: A "fishing scene" near the Wallaroo Track, which includes a woman, fish and boomerang.

Near the Wallaroo Track is a site that has been described (by McCarthy) as “a fishing scene with a fish huge in comparison with the woman, whose husband’s weapons are shown“.

AWAT4676 LR Wallaroo Track engraving
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A quick trip to Wallaroo Hill | Hiking the World · October 19, 2021 at 7:47 pm

[…] last time searching the area for rock art, this small figure with outstretched hands (part of the Wallaroo Track Engraving site) is the only one around “Wallaroo […]

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