Yankee Hat Paintings

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Boulders on the way to Yankee Hat Paintings Boulders on the way to Yankee Hat Paintings

Today we headed back to the beautiful Namadji National Park and visited “Yankee Hat Paintings” – some amazing Aboriginal rock art nestled in the foothills of the mountains. The walk is a lovely and relatively easy 3.5 km distance each way from the car park – walking around the valley to the foothills where the paintings are situated. There are many scenic views of the mountains, lots of interesting boulder formations and creeks, not to mention many kangaroos, plus we also saw dingoes chasing rabbits near the paintings.

Walk to Yankee Hat Painting Walk to Yankee Hat Painting

Flash version of trip

Walk to Yankee Hat Paintings

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