Aboriginal occupation of the Grampians dates back well over 20,000 years and the area contains the majority of surviving Aboriginal rock art sites in south-east Australia, …
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Ngamadjidj Aboriginal Art Shelter
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Aboriginal occupation of the Grampians dates back well over 20,000 years and the area contains the majority of surviving Aboriginal rock art sites in south-east Australia, such as this aboriginal art shelter.
Today you can discover this rich heritage through Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre (03) 5361 4000 which is managed by local Indigenous communities.
The art site loop entrance and signage area is paved and smooth.
The path to the art site is wide and gently sloping. The surface is a fine, hard-packed gravel. There are areas of pebble material with pebbles up to and including 45mm in diameter.
Path to art shelter
The art site is protected by bars. The bars extend to ground level affording everyone the same view. The bars have no obstructions allowing people in a wheelchair to get right up the bars and view the rock art.
The art shelter
Return path from the art shelter
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