Kings Tableland Aboriginal Site is highly significant to the Darug, Wiradjuri and Gundungarra people. Used as a gathering place for at least 14,000 years, the area contains a variety of cultural features, including engravings, axe-grinding grooves, modified rock pools and an occupation shelter. The place has a desolate beauty and a timelessness that is hard to describe.
Time: Allow 1 hour to explore
Distance: 1 kilometre return
Weather: Suitable for all conditions
Closest public transport: Wentworth Falls railway station, 4.1 km away
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Points of interest: Aboriginal heritage, grinding grooves, Ingar fire trail, Kings Tableland Aboriginal Site