Images of The Royal National Park
By Les Bursill JP. AIM. B.A. M.Litt (UNE) FACBMS
pages and links
are my accumulation of Aboriginal Rock Images. I have been collecting
these images for many years and wish to preserve them by posting them onto
the internet. Please explore the links panel at left and visit the linked
pages also there. I sell a full version of these photos as a CD for $35.00
and will post the CD anywhere world wide.
boundaries of my research are from Botany Bay to Appin then across country
to Wollongong. This area generally reflects the area of my families
heritage, though my mothers people did originally come from Marshall Mount
and Kangaroo Valley regions of the south Coast.
people have assisted me in collecting these images and some are shown in
the pages accessed from the left of the page under the link title people.
I will mention a few. Lionel Baker, Rod Mason, Ken McCullagh, Jim Wheeler,
Frank Purvis and the members of the "Living Sites Survey Team"
in the Bicentennial year 1988
below of a news article say clearly what my concerns are. In particular I
am concerned about acid rain damaging sites and tourism into the Royal
National Park. Both of these forces are having a devastating effect on the
Rock Carvings and Painting in Southern Sydney.
Please feel free to use these images and other resources but please acknowledge the pages here and respect the efforts of all of us who contributed.
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Outline Drawing in Heathcote National Park
Axe Grinding Grooves
Waterfall /Garie Axe Grooves
If you have an interest in Aboriginal Art of Southern Coast New South Wales you can contact me by EMAIL at firstname.lastname@example.org
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