Summary: An Aboriginal engraving site described as a "successful kangaroo hunt", which has a woman, kangaroo and boomerang.

An Aboriginal engraving site described by McCarthy as depicting “A successful kangaroo hunt with a woman approaching the stricken animal, otherwise a mythological incident”.

engraving campbell plate24 fig6 Wedgewood Fire Trail Kangaroo & Woman

The woman is on a sloping piece of rock, above the kangaroo; she has outstretched arms and long breasts sloping downwards.

AWAT4750 LR Wedgewood Fire Trail Kangaroo & Woman

Her eyes are very deeply cut.

The kangaroo is below the woman, but covered by debris and not visible.

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