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Aboriginal etchings on top of Mersey Bluff. ...
It is very hard to see any etchings at most of the numbered points. . Only in a couple I could actually distinguish a circle or two carved in the rock, but so basic anybody could have done it. Most of the etchings could easily be mistaken for simple rock cracks.
Our travel book made quite a mention of them, so it was on my ‘must see’ list and I was very disappointed to find little more than nothing.
There’s a small Aboriginal cultural centre beside the so called ‘etchings’ which is said to be okay....but after the disappointment of the etchings I was no longer interested.
Fun Alternatives: If you're interested in the Aboriginal history of Tasmania, see the small cultural centre, or even the signed displays in the Hobart Maritime museum will provide interesting information about the original inhabitants and their first encounter with white men (who they often took to be ghosts)
Written Mar 31, 2003