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Blackfellows Hand Rock

LPI Cullen Bullen 89313N

317 092

1000 metres

Blackfellows Hand Rock is a rocky outcrop on the edge of the Newnes Plateau just under 1 kilometre SE of Wolgan Gap.

In a sheltered alcove there are numerous Aboriginal stencils and rock art, beautiful reminder of the Aboriginal Culture in and around the Wolgan Valley.

The area is worth visiting and exploring.

Crown Reserve R 42350 for Public Recreation

Aboriginal Place



Blackfellows Hand Rock
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