There are at least 800 recorded Aboriginal rock art sites in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, the largest park in the Sydney metropolitan area and the home of the Darramuragal and Garigal people.
The sites I’ve recorded in Ku-ring-gai Chase are divided into five areas:
- Bobbin Head
- Cottage Point
- Ku-ring-gai Chase North (Mt Ku-ring-gai to Brooklyn)
- Terrey Hills and Duffys Forest
- West Head
Some of the most significant Aboriginal sites in Ku-ring-gai Chase are listed below.
The Topham Trig Station engraving site is one of great ceremonial significance. It has a Daramulan figure, as well as a man and woman.