This page enables a detailed search of indigenous rock art and heritage sites, including engravings, cave art and stone arrangements.
Along the 248 Track is a long rock shelf protected by a series of timber logs; it’s hard to make out the individual engravings due to natural tesselation.
At the end of the 248 Track is a large rock outcrop, which has some faint engravings and what may be a stone arrangement.
Small overhang in Berowra Heights, with charcoal motifs including a snake.
Eleven red ochre hand stencils in a rock shelter near Alan Road (partially destroyed in 1985)
An intriguing Aboriginal engraving site near Alison's Cascades, which has two birds, a shark and a long line of mundoes.
A significant Aboriginal engraving site, which has a group of figures engraved on a small rock platform near the walking track.
Carved about 3000 to 4000 years ago, Apana Gård 2A features a human figure connected to a reindeer and a large boat-figure.
Bergbukten is one the largest panels in the Hjemmeluft site at Alta, with over 300 motifs depicting different scenes.
Bergbukten 3A has 55 figures, depicting a number of boats (as well as elk and reindeer).
One of the largest panels with Stone Age rock art in northern Europe. Bergbukten 4B has over 140 figures and depicts multiple hunting scenes.
A small panel in the Hjemmeluft site, Ole Pedersen 8A mainly features reindeer, bears and bear tracks.
A ritual Aboriginal site near the America Bay Track, which features a large Daramulan (ancestral hero)
Four interrelated sites around the America Bay track at West Head, depicting different scenes. Two are easily accessed from the America Bay Track.
An Aboriginal engraving site below the America Bay Track, which may represent a fishing scene.
An unusual engraving depicting a man striking a wallaby, on a small platform above a waterfall
A giant kangaroo and mundoe (and nearby shield), probably of mythological importance
Aboriginal engravings of an eel and boomerang, below the America Bay Track (West Head)
A short detour off the America Bay Track reveals some fascinating Aboriginal rock engravings, including a large whale
Apple Tree Bay Shelter near Bobbin Head has stencils of two fish and 12 hands one panel, and charcoal drawings on another panel
A series of Aboriginal engraving sites along a ridge of rock extending from the Waratah Track across West Head Road,