Mount Grenfell Historic Site's quiet and remote location attracts adventurous visitors, who are all rewarded with an amazing collection of Aboriginal art reflecting the long history and culture of Ngiyampaa Country. Among the depictions are dancing figures, kangaroo, emu, and lizards – images from many different time periods by many different artists.
The tranquility of the site is ideal to fully appreciate this unique piece of Australia's heritage, and speculate on the stories that inspired the artwork.
There is a picnic area near the entrance, a place to rest, relax and recharge before taking the short walk to the rock art, or tackling the longer Ngiyampaa walk which features panoramic views from the ridge.
Access Mount Grenfell by driving west from Cobar along the Barrier Highway for 40km, and right at the Mount Grenfell Historic Site sign for about 30km along the dry weather road.