Summary: A shelter near Woy Woy Tip, with over 15 hand stencils defaced by a modern charcoal drawing of a kangaroo and names spray painted over the art.

Near what was once a quarry and is now the Woy Woy Tip is a beautifully shaped, deep shelter.

Within the shelter are a number of hand stencils, as well as a kangaroo which is not of Aboriginal origin. The stencils have been defaced by both the modern kangaroo painting, and named spray painted on the cave walls.

There are at least 15 hand stencils, in white and red ochre.

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