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Next to the Pacific Motorway (M1), the Spring Gully (or Cockle Creek) site has 83 engraved figures across multiple locations.
This sacred cave depicts generations of markings and drawings, with 857 motifs (mainly handprints) – the largest assemblage of motifs of any currently known sites.
The Hunting Site and Lyrebird Site are two Aboriginal engraving sites in Terrey Hills, One represents a hunting scene, and the other is named after an engraving of a lyrebird.
The Lyrebird Site in Larool Reserve (Terrey Hills) features an engraving of a lyrebird, as well as many other animal carvings.