Summary: A fish with a hook inside its body near the Waratah Track (part of a series of Aboriginal engravings).

Close to the start of the Waratah Trail is a hooked fish: a “fine fish of the bream type with a hook inside its body” (McCarthy). It’s one of a series of Aboriginal engravings documented by McCarthy as the Arden Trig Station series.

AWAT0151 LR Waratah Trail Hooked Fish

Near the fish is a single mundoe (not recorded by McCarthy).

AWAT0155 LR Waratah Trail Hooked Fish

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