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I'd seen this site on Tripadvisor but didn't take a copy of the location. I'd asked around at the tourist information but it is not well known or publicised. If you can handle some basic rock climbing on a stepped path this is a real...More
My sister and I were recommended by Inspiring Views B&B near Wodonga to visit this site. The walk is in some parts steep and rocky but not at all difficult and good fitness is not necessary. Informative signs explain very well about the area, aboriginal...More
Nice stop if you are in the area. The artwork is quite faded unfortunately, but it's a nice walk with some lovely views over the surrounding are to the north and a small granite crack cave you can safely squeeze into.
The Yeddonba Aboriginal Art Site, situated at the foot of Mount Pilot, is well worth the visit. Access is relatively easy via a well laid out circular walking track, although I would not recommend visiting after/during wet weather as I think the rocks on parts...More
We walked this art site loop on a very warm summers day and although we enjoyed it we were very mindful to be alert for snakes in the bush setting. Thankfully we only saw some small and very cute skinks. The track is challenging in...More
A fantastic walk for people with a bit of fitness. Lovely caving experience for those who have some fitness. Nice walk for those who aren't. I've lived within 10 km of this for 20 yrs and enjoyed it and will continue to bring people 😘
At one time Thylacine was widespread over continental Australia. The Yeddonba Aboriginal Art Site is well worth the short walk from the carpark to see evidence that Thylacine was also present in NE Victoria.
We read the other reviews and looked forward to a worthwhile walk. There were lots of rocks, luckily not obviously inhabited by sunning snakes. An expensive fence had been constructed around an overhang with a barely discernible animal outline. The well constructed path goes up...More