Split Rock is near the township of Laura, south of Cooktown. It is a dry sandstone environment. There are 3 main panels of artworks to explore. Artwork is superimposed with layers of images on top of each other so it can be difficult to make out individual objects. Many animals are recognisable such as bats, dogs and emus. Things I noticed: One panel of artwork looks similar to Bradshaw paintings. There is a large faint python image going across the main panel. Some of the dog looking images could be extinct tigers (Thylacine). I discovered a few hand prints and a fish image that are adjacent to one of the panels and are probably missed by most visitors.