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Namadgi NP - Rock Shelter on Mount Boboyan (Yerrabi Walking Track)

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Rock Shelter on Mount Boboyan, Namadgi National Park, ACT.

This rock shelter can be reached after going up the Yerrabi Walking Track to Boboyan Trig then down the track which continues to the granite slabs. The shelter is visible from the granite slabs and takes a short walk around the right hand side of the slabs to descend just a little bit more.

The track past Boboyan Trig was marked by several cairns in some spots but I wasn't paying attention, lost it and had to backtrack a bit to find it again. Other than that the shelter should be very easy to find.

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