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100 Man Cave

100 Man Cave is a large overhang under the rim rock on the north-west side of Ti Willa Plateau just a short walk from Ti Willa Top. There is plenty of room for comfortable camping with no need for a tent. In bad weather 100 Man Cave is fantastic. There...

Du Faurs Rocks Grinding Grooves

These Aboriginal Grinding Grooves and the Water Pot are on a rock platform near Du Faurs Rock overlooking Du Faur Creek. Shortly after rain, the grooves and the pot are full of water.

Ironpot Mountain Grinding Grooves

There are Aboriginal Grinding Grooves and Pots on rock surfaces on Ironpot Mountain. Ironpot Mountain takes its name from the Pots which are thought to be have been used by Aborigines to hold water used in their axe grinding work.  How the pots were constructed is a mystery to me....

Mt Bungin Grinding Grooves

These Grinding Grooves have been made in a fine grained sand stone rock. They are unusual because they are under an overhang with no pools of water close by. During wet weather, water from the top of Mt Bungin drips over the edge of the overhang. There are a number...

Tesselate Hill

Tesselate Hill is just north of Mt Irvine. Tesselate Hill was previously known as 'The Pavements' because of a series of rock platforms, just to the north, covered with tessellations. It isn't unusual to see sedimentary rocks with tessellation patterns like these. It is very unusual to see such a...

Tesselate Hill Engraving

There is a single Rock Engraving on Tesselate Hill. There are a number of Grinding Grooves nearby.  The Engraving depicts the outline of a woman. Tesselate Hill is known for a series of tessellated pavements.

Tesselate Hill Grinding Grooves

There are a number of Grinding Grooves and Water Pots on a large large rock shelf on Tesselate Hill overlooking the Wollangambe River. Some of these photos were taken after rain and show the Pot and Grooves full of water.

Birrabang Ridge

Birrabang Ridge runs from Bells Line of Road to Birrabang Walls and offers something for everyone. The views of the Grose Valley from Birrabang Walls are spectacular. During spring the wild flowers are everywhere. Aboriginal Grinding Grooves can be found on rocky outcrops. I have seen wild dogs at the...

Cave Hotel

The Cave Hotel is a deep cave located on the northern side of Bell's Line of Road between Mt Charles and Mt Bell. The western wall was elaborately engraved with emu foot prints by the Aboriginal people who once lived in the area. There are other reminders nearby, including grinding...

Emu Cave

The Emu Cave is a deep cave located on the northern side of Bell's Line of Road between Mt Charles and Mt Bell. The western wall was elaborately engraved with emu foot prints by the Aboriginal people who once lived in the area. There are grinding grooves on the rocks...

Black Horse Ridge Grinding Grooves

There are a number of Grinding Grooves at the northern end of Black Horse Ridge on a rock shelf overlooking the Breakfast Creek valley. There are good views to the west, north and east from this location.