Abercrombie Arch Shelter: An excavation near Bathurst, N.S.W.
Australian Archaeological Association
The article describes the archaeological investigations conducted at the Abercrombie Arch Shelter. The site is a small rockshelter at the base of a large outcrop of altered limestone, the 'Abercrombie Caves Marble'. It is situated in a saddle on top of the 'Grand Arch', a natural tunnel through which passes Grove Creek.
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Johnson, I. 1977. Abercrombie Arch Shelter: An excavation near Bathurst, N.S.W. 'Australian Archaeology', no.6, 28-40