There are over 350 Aboriginal engraving and sites recorded in the Central Coast region, many of these in the Brisbane Water National Park. These engraving sites include animals, birds, sea creatures, bird tracks, human footsteps, male and female figures, hunting weapons and ancestral beings. Many of the sites were documented by W. D. Campbell in 1899, and later by Fred McCarthy and Ian Sim.

A complex and likely Aboriginal engraving significant site below the Lyre Trig in Kariong. The site has over sixty figures and axe grinding grooves.
An interesting Aboriginal engraving site which has 14 figures, including a marine creature (which could be a shark), a snake and an indeterminate animal. It's one of a series of eleven sites documented by Ian Sim near the Lyre Trig.
Two very weathered wallabies near the Lyre Trig Firetrail.
An Aboriginal engraving of a single wallaby, which is fairly weathed; it's one of a series of eleven sites documented by Ian Sim near the Lyre Trig.
An Aboriginal engraving of a kangaroo; one of a series of ten sites documented by Ian Sim near the Milyerra Trail
Traversed by the Milyerra Road Fire Trail, a large, tesselated rock platform contains a number of weathered engravings
An Aboriginal engraving site of a man with upstretched arms near the Milyerra Road Firetrail.
A very weathered Aboriginal engraving of a man, on a sloping rock. It is one of a series of ten sites near the Milyerra Trail documented by Ian Sim.
A rock ledge with multiple Aboriginal engravings, axe grinding grooves and a waterhole near the Milyerra Trail
An Aboriginal engraving site near the Milyerra Road Firetrail, which has two fish.
A small Aboriginal engraving site with two kangaroos, three fish, an eel and a shield, which is part of a series of ten sites documented by Ian Sim near the Milyerra Trail.
Aboriginal engravings of a kangaroo, head of a kangaroo and shield on scattered rock surfaces; they are part of a series of ten sites documented by Ian Sim near the Milyerra Trail
A large rock platform near the Milyerra Trail, with engravings of a 40' whale and 10' kangaroo.
An extensive group of engravings, the Mooney Mooney Aboriginal Area includes many kangaroos, two rainbow serpents and many other figures.
Axe Grinding Grooves above the Corrumbine Creek Firetrail, in Brisbane Water National Park.