Monday, July 23, 2012
Aboriginal Art. We were so pleased that we had attended the ranger talk as
it was great to spot the various paintings that she had explained to us.
The walk to see the paintings is only about two kilometres and there is
something to see the whole way. Our first stop gave us the added treat of
seeing a couple of rock wallabies sitting on the rocks. They are quite hard
to spot because they are coloured very similar to the rocks but Connor was
quick to spot them. One of the wallabies has a joey in its pouch. The
photos are unfortunately quite dark as they were sitting in the shady parts
of the rock. It might be a case of "can you spot the wallaby". It was
again a very warm day, around the 30 degrees.