Hands on Rock
1.0 km (0.5 hrs )
Hands on Rock is an aboriginal rock art site of the Wiradjuri people near Ulan. The area is of special significance to the aboriginal women and children, and the rock overhang features more than 100 hand stencils of women, children and emu feet. The site is a short 0.6 km walk from the parking area, just off Ulan Road and close to The Drip.
I made a special trip to visit this area on my four day holiday in June. The site is quite impressive, especially when the morning sun lights up the overhang. It was definitely worth the short walk to view the site.