There are at least 800 known sites in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, the largest park in the Sydney metropolitan area and the home of the Kuringgai or Guringai Aboriginal people. The sites below range from obscure and hard-to-reach engravings, to well-known sites with interpretative signage.
This group of three fish engravings enjoys fine water views. There are numerous Aboriginal heritage sites on the Barrenjoey Headland, including three listed Aboriginal archaeological sites, two middens and a cave.
A small site sandwiched between the old Pacific Highway and the railway line and accessed by an unsigned track. The site features three figures and a very long line of mundoes.