The peak in view is called Manjal Dimbi by the Kuku Yalanji. Roughly translated the words mean mountain holding back. According to the Aboriginal dreamtime stories, the large humanoid rock represents Kubirri, who came to the aid of the Kuku Yalanji when they were persecuted by the evil spirit Worrumbu. Kubirri holds back the evil spirit, who is now confined to The Bluff above Mossman River, Manjal Dimbi has been anglicised to “Mt. Demi” and Kubirri is known as the “Good Shepherd”.
My pics from Mossman Gorge. Far North Queensland Australia