This page enables a detailed search of indigenous rock art and heritage sites, including engravings, cave art and stone arrangements.
An Aboriginal engraving site which has two large whales - both swimming in the same direction but on separate rock platforms - along Hardys Bay Trail in Bouddi National Park.
The Howe Aboriginal Area is one of the most important ceremonial Aboriginal rock engraving sites in the Sydney area. Figures includes an enormous Daramulan and three Rainbow-Serpents.
The Indian Cave in Kodachrome Basin State Park has over a hundred grooves or handprints carved into the sandstone wall outside a shallow overhang. It's not certain that they were made by American Indians.
A significant, signposted Aboriginal engraving site in the Royal National Park, the Jibbon Head Engravings are a short walk from Bundeena. The carvings can be seen from an elevated boardwalk with interpretive signage.