This page enables a detailed search of indigenous rock art and heritage sites, including engravings, cave art and stone arrangements.

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The signposted Finchley cultural walk provides access to the Finchley Aboriginal Site, considered one of the best Aboriginal engraving sites in Australia.
The signposted Fremont Culture petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park consist of multiple rock art panels at the base of a tall cliff, accessed via a boardwalk.
The Great Mackerel Shelter (SWA 1) above Great Mackerel Beach was extensively researched in the 1980s and 1990s. It has over 100 motifs including hand stencils in white and red ochre, and paintings.
Located along the popular Spit to Manly bushwalk, the Grotto Point Aboriginal Site included boomerangs, fish, sharks and a large kangaroo. The engravings are about 1,000 years old and have interpretative signage.
A significant Aboriginal rock engraving site in Allambie Heights, Gumbooya Reserve has 70 figures (many very weathered or no longer visible) in three groups.