Summary: Aboriginal engraving of a fish and mundoe (both very faint) on a rock platform near the Red Hill Main Track (Red Hill Reserve)

On a rock platform near the Red Hill Main Trail (Cromer Trail) is a small Aboriginal engraving site of a single fish, and what appears to be a mundoe. Both figures are either lightly carved or weathered, but fairly detailed.

Wheeler Creek Fish
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Exploring the south of Red Hill Reserve | Hiking the World · September 23, 2021 at 8:48 pm

[…] The narrow track soon re-emerges onto the Red Hill Main Trail, where there are a couple of Aboriginal engraving sites: one with a deeply-carved kangaroo, and another with a fish and mundoe. […]

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