On a tesselated rock platform within the Red Hill Reserve are two shields, an emu (which is badly weathered), an eel and a sword club. These were interpreted by McCarthy as an emu being hunted or stalked, with the hunter’s weapons on the ground. The two shields are stil fairly distinct.
Both the shields are quite narrow, and have just a longitudinal line.
The rest of the figures are weathered and very hard to see.
Exploring the south of Red Hill Reserve | Hiking the World · October 17, 2021 at 3:35 pm
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