Lorblanchet, Michel, 2018. The Kangaroo Group at Gum Tree Valley. In Archaeology and Petroglyphs of Dampier (Western Australia), an Archaeological Investigation of Skew Valley and Gum Tree Valley, ed. Graeme K. Ward and Ken Mulvaney, chapter 5, pp. 417–488. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, Online 27: 1–690.
[Excerpt] [Of the Dampier Petroglyphs] the Kangaroo Group (GTVK) is on a west-sloping plateau about 65 m above sea level on the hilltops in the south of Gum Tree Valley. Among the gabbro blocks there are clusters of trees and bushes that were transformed into two living sites, one overlooking the south-facing plateau and affording an extensive view of the marshy stretches of Fenner Creek. The scattered petroglyphs of GTVK form five sub-groups; block size tends to be large; fewer motifs are found near the habitation sites and are on smaller blocks. There is a standing stone at the southeastern edge of the Group. …
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