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aboriginal rock art

aboriginal rock art in cave at gundabooka national aprk nsw outback australia

Aboriginal rock art IMG 9415 - Australian aboriginal people created these primitive designs on the walls of a small cave at Gundabooka National Park, south-west of the NSW outback town of Bourke, many thousands of years ago. Their sketches may have been nothing more than doodles to pass the time of day, but these paintings, which include an image of an emu, a large flightless bird that's still common in outback Australia, are now afforded the grand title of 'art'.

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