Hands on Rock is an Aboriginal stencil art site
on top of the Great Dividing Range near Ulan in the Upper Hunter
River Valley of NSW. It is located on the traditional boundary of
the Wiradjuri and Wanaruah tribes and was a meeting place where
ceremonies and trading were conducted between these tribes, the
Kamilaroi and coastal tribes from what is now the Lower Hunter, such
as the Worimi.
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