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 shelter above Drip Rock Creek, which features a line of 11 koalas and a sinuous snake in charcoal.
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 unusual Aboriginal rock art site on the side of a tall cliff face, which has two faces and what appears to be a snake.
An interesting panel containing Aboriginal cave paintings in a shelter near Bilpin. Most of the figures are painted in charcoal.
A small shelter above New Yard Creek which has a number of different Aboriginal rock motifs, including a human figure, bird track and a snake as well as hand stencils.
An intiguing Aboriginal rock art site; this shelter along New Yard Creek has multiple parallel lines and a cluster of dots, as well as many hand stencils.
An interesting and complex Aboriginal rock art site in Colo Heights, which has a prominent "starburst" motif as well as many hand stencils.
A nice set of Aboriginal axe grinding grooves, along the bed of an unnamed creek north of Little Tootie
An Aboriginal rock art site with two charcoal motifs in a shelter north of Little Tootie, in Wollemi National Park.
A long rock shelter with spectacular Aboriginal cave paintings in red ochre. The four large figures are said to represent quails.
A single figure drawn in red ochre, in a remote shelter in the Tollagong Range.
An isolated rock shelter west of Box Tree Clearing Trail has about 15 Aboriginal hand stencils in red ochre along the rear wall.
Multiple Aboriginal stencils and a drawing of an eel (showing endoskeleton) in white ochre, in the Tollagong Range.