This student is holding a piece of Tuart, the edge is very sharp and it was probably used for skinning animals. There are many flints and cutting implements in the area and the Elders were happy for the students to pick them up, look at them, and return the artifacts to the Earth. Aunty L was able to share the Dreaming stories to explain the areas topography with us.
The area is a natural amphitheater overlooking a swampy lake (my technical term). We had talks from the archaeologist who is very familiar with the site and two scientists who are experts in swamp animals and insects.