Little Rocky Creek
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Anita T
Forster, Australia12,781 contributions
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Aug 2018 • Couples
Many generations of the Gubbi Gubbi people used these sandstone rocks in the creek bed to sharpen their tools. These would have included axe heads, spear heads and cutting stones. The many grooves formed from this grinding are clearly visible today. I find it quite overwhelming to be able to touch these grooves where the original inhabitants of this land once lived.
The rock platform provided a natural bridge over Little Rocky Creek which was used by the early Cobb and Co coaches. Wheel ruts can still be seen today as grooves in the sandstone.
There is a small parking area off the Old Gympie Road and a walkway down through the forest to the rock platform. If you like learning about Aboriginal culture this is a must visit.
Written 19 August 2018
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