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Yengo Country
Yengo Country
Yengo National Park

World Heritage Listed Yengo National Park is one of 8 conservation parks within the the Greater Blue Moutains and
 is World Heritage listed for it's geographic, botanic and cultural significance.
Yengo National Park has over 90 eucalypt species and the highest plant diversity of all the greater Blue Mountains wilderness areas.

Mount Yengo is a table top Mountain and the most distinctive mountain in the Park can be seen far and wide not just from within Yengo NP.

Mount Yengo, Uluru of the East is of the Highest Spiritual significance for the Indiginous People of South East Australia
and is just as important to the Indiginous people of South East Australia as Uluru is to Indiginous people of Central Australia.

Baiame is the ancestral being, (Sky Father), (Sky Hero), (God) the creator of all things.

In the Dreamtime stories of the Darkinjung the traditonal owners and their neighbours the Awabakal, Wonnarua, Eora, Worimi and Wiradjuri people to name a few tell of how Baiame came down from the sky to create all the Rivers, Plants, Mountains, Animals, Caves, and Laws of Life.
After Baiame finished his creation he jumped back into the sky from Mount Yengo Flattening the top of the mountain as seen today.

Aboriginal people from all over South East Australia would travel to Yengo Country (Darkinjung Country) for ceromony and cultural  reasons.


Yengo NP, NSW
Yengo Country, NSW
Last light of the day for Yengo
Yengo NP
Just before sunrise, Yengo Country
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park, NSW, Australia
Yengo Sunset
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park
Aboriginal Engravings
Aboriginal Cave Paintings Yengo National Park
Almost walked past this cave, at first glance from only about 30 metres away or less I didn't even think there was a cave there due to a large slab
of rock at the front of this cave consealing the cave and it's hidden art work. What caught my eye is the Painting of an insect looking creature with
a tenticle that reaches all the way over into the head of the human figure on the other side of the cave. In this cave there are are a few human looking figues, hand prints and a lot more that is too faded to make out.
Yengo National Park
Aboriginal Cave Paintings Australia
Yengo National Park, NSW Cave Paintings
Yengo NP Engravings
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park
Yengo NP
Yengo NP
Tool sharpening grooves and a little water hole
Aboriginal Caves
The Wombat Cave, Looks like a wombat but with a massive tail.
Lots of other markings in this cave including an emu, human figures and more but very faded and hard to make out.
Yengo NP, NSW, Australia
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park, NSW
Koala
Bucketty Koala
This guy is a regular visitor at home and quite often hangs out in the same tree in the backyard.
National Parks, NSW
Aboriginal engravings Yengo Country
Aboriginal Cave Paintings NSW, Australia
The Baiame Cave
Known as Baiame's Cave located on private property in the small town of Milbrodale.
I took this photo back in 2009. I think public access is still allowed but i'm not sure.
Yengo National Park
Aboriginal Rock Art
Yengo National Park, NSW, Australia
Yengo National Park, NSW
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park, NSW, Australia
Yengo Country, NSW, Australia
Yengo NP, NSW
Looks like a shell from the beach! and yes, I put the shell back where i found it.
Aboriginal Engravings, NSW, Australia
Aboriginal Rock Art, Australia
Yengo National Park Aboriginal Rock Art
Yengo National Park
Yengo National Park
Yengo NP Aboriginal site
Aboriginal Rock Art
Yengo National Park
Yengo Country NSW Aboriginal Rock Engravings
Yengo National Park, NSW, Australia
Yengo Country Aboriginal Caves
Yengo Country
Yengo National Park, NSW, Australia
Yengo National Park, NSW, Australia
Aboriginal Cave Paintings Yengo National Park, NSW, Australia
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