Wollemi National Park was the traditional home of the Wiradjuri, Dharug, Wanaruah and Darkinjung people, with evidence of their occupation including ceremonial grounds, stone arrangements, grinding grooves, scarred trees and rock engravings. There are about 300 recorded Aboriginal heritage sites in the national park, but the rugged and remote topography means that for every known site there are likely to be at least two more yet to be “discovered”. Many significant Aboriginal sites like “Eagles Reach” have only been recorded in the last decade.

A small shelter with Aboriginal rock art, just outside the Wollemi National Park. The deep overhang has a number of hand stencils, as well as one of a hand and a club.
An Aboriginal rock art site with two charcoal figures in a small shelter near the Bowen Hill Trail in the Wollemi NP.
An Aborginal rock art site above the Bowen Hill Trail, which has a wallaby/kangaroo, emu and a pair of emu tracks.
An Aboriginal engraving of a woman with upstretched arms, on a small and isolated rock platform.
A recently "discovered" shelter with Aboriginal rock art, just outside the Wollemi National Park. The shelter has over a hundred hand stencils.
Single hand stencil in a deep sandstone shelter below the D'Arcy Range Trail in the Wollemi National Park
Charcoal and red ochre paintings are inside this shelter in the D'Arcy Range. Above the shelter are axe grinding grooves.
Multiple charcoal drawiings at the base of a tall sandstone overhang in the D'Arcy Range.
A wide and deep shelter in the D'Arcy Range has multiple charcoal drawiings at the base.
Two axe grinding grooves along an unnamed creek in the D'Arcy Range
An Aboriginal rock shelter in Wollemi National, which contain over 40 motifs, including a number of deity figures.
A long but shallow overhang with multiple Aboriginal hand stencils, near the Lilavale Track.
Two adjacent indigenous heritage sites along Mount Irvine Road near Bilpin. One has axe grinding grooves, and the other hand stencils.
An interesting panel containing Aboriginal cave paintings in a shelter near Bilpin. Most of the figures are painted in charcoal.
A nice set of Aboriginal axe grinding grooves, along the bed of an unnamed creek north of Little Tootie