Summary: Ochre drawings of fish in a shelter below Washtub Gully, near Berowra Waters

Below the Washtub Gully Aboriginal engravings and just above the low tide mark is a small shelter. Two fish painted in red ochre are barely visible amongst much recent graffiti.

IMG 5198 LR Washtub Gully Shelter (Berowra Waters)
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