Summary: Two Aboriginal engravings of fish (and axe grinding grooves) on a rock platform below the Warrah Trig Road

There are a two fish engravings on a broad rock platform just below the Warrah Trig Road. Interestingly, Sim only recorded one of the figures here – a “broad fish… breamlike, pointed head, one eye”.

A bit further north on the same platform is anothered weathered figure, which appears to also be a fish.

AWAT8752 LR Warrah Trig Road Fish and AGGs

Near the second fish engraving are a few axe grinding grooves.

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