Summary: Located on a vertical rock face in the Bobbin Head Marina carpark is an engraving of a fish, mammal and goanna

This is one of those sites “hidden in plain view”: above the carpark on a long vertical rock face. Most prominent is a fish; within the outline of the fish and not easily visible is a set of three sword clubs or non-returning boomerangs.

Fish at Bobbin Head Marina

Nearby is also a mammal (which could be a rock wallaby or bandicoot) and an iguana (goanna).

engraving bobbinhead marina Bobbin Head Marina
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