Saturday, May 4, 2019

A visit to the Yankee Hat Aboriginal Rock Art Site


I managed to cross something off my bucket list early this morning. A visit to the Yankee Hat Aboriginal Rock Art Site. The adventure required a 6 1/2 kilometer round trip from the carpark off Bobeyon Road in the south of the ACT.

It is an easy walk through an enormous grass covered plain at the base of Yankee Hat Mountain. On the walk we disturbed quite a few small mobs of Eastern Grey Kangaroos as we progressed along the well marked track.

I took a few minutes of video of the site. It really is a unique and special place.

2 comments:

  1. Good to hear from you again Dave, hope you are keeping well.
    Regards, Keith.

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