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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.
Inside one of a series of three sandstone shelters along a low cliff-line are some Aboriginal charcoal drawings. The site also has six axe grinding grooves.
A low but long shelter with Aboriginal rock art along Ellem Gully, which has over 100 motifs in charcoal and red ochre. The figures include many kangaroos and some hand stencils.
Most likely representing an emu hunt, the Ticehurst Park Aboriginal engraving site in Faulconbridge has three very distinct emu carvings, as well as six mundoes (footprints) and a number of axe grinding grooves.