This page enables a detailed search of indigenous rock art and heritage sites, including engravings, cave art and stone arrangements.
Shark Rock Ridge has a series of Aboriginal engraving sites, most of which were documented by Campbell in 1899 and McCarthy in 1960. A few shelters with art and additional engraving sites were recorded more recently.
One of several Aboriginal engraving sites along Shark Rock Ridge. It includes a large stingray, multiple fish, emus, kangaroos and kangaroo rats and a man (who may be hunting or fishing).
An Aboriginal engraving site along Shark Rock Ridge, which may represent "a hunting incident in the mythology or a totemic ritual". It has 14 figures, including two "koala bears" which resemble a Daramulan.
Shaws Creek Aboriginal Place contains a small Aboriginal engraving, which has two kangaroos and five kangaroo tracks - and an additional carving likely to be European. There are also multiple axe grinding grooves.
A small but interesting Aboriginal engraving site just below Cottage Point Road, with over 20 figures including two men (or deities) and two women, one of whom has caught a fish.