Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park


Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park: (33° 25′ 33″S, 151° 13′ 7″E) is renowned for its animals and its aboriginal engravings including a giant engraving depicting a large, speared emu. There is also a cave with paintings: red-ochre stencilled hands and other sites with more engravings including a wallaby and a crescent. The 2006 site includes two small emus, both similar to but one hundred times smaller than the nearby giant emu. The park is about 3 km from the Great North Walk near the Calga Interchange of the F3 Freeway, signposted ‘Peats Ridge’.







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