Namadgi NP - Rendezvous Creek Rock Art
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Namadgi NP - Rendezvous Creek Rock Art

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Namadgi National Park. Aboriginal rock art inside a rock shelter near Rendezvous Creek. Once upon a time there would have been a maintained trail to the rock shelter as a couple of old disused visitor signs were still standing nearby (very dirty and weathered now but can be read if you try), as was a bushwalking register. The register is still in active use, as the last log entry from visitors was dated merely two days ago.

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