For a taste of Australian Indigenous history, be sure to visit the Terramungamine Rock Carvings, which can be found along the Macquarie River. These 150 rock carvings were created by the Tubbagah people, and mark a site of historical significance, as these ancient rocks were used by the Wiradjuri Tribe to shape tools and spears.
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