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Multiple white hand stencils and charcoal art in a tall but shallow shelter.
A small but complex Aboriginal engraving site above Coal and Candle Creek (West Head). It has 66 motifs, including 27 mundoes, and axe grinding grooves.
The Coat of Arms Cave or Koh shelter in the Canoelands area contains considerable Aboriginal rock art, with over 50 figures in red ochre, white and charcoal.
Two eels at a small Aboriginal engraving site which was first documented by Ian Sim in 1969. Nearby are some deep axe grinding gooves.