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Gulgurn Manja Shelter - Aboriginal Rock Art Site

Grampians National Park (Gariwerd), Victoria (VIC), Australia


Gulgurn Manja Shelter is aboriginal rock art site located in Grampians National Park (Gariwerd) in Victoria, Australia.

Gulgurn Manja means 'hands of young people'. The Gulgurn Manja Shelter displays small handprints in red ochre. Signage outlines some of the stories and legends of the Jardwadjali people and the mountains they call Gariwerd.

Access to the Gulgurn Manja Aboriginal Rock Art Site from Hollow Mountain carpark. The paintings include emu tracks and hand prints - many done by children. These paintings were used to help tell stories and pass on the law of the people.

For other images from the Grampians National Park please check the following galleries: Grampians National Park Stock Images Gallery and MacKenzie Falls Stock Images Gallery