Along the Hardys Bay Trail in Bouddi National Park are two large Aboriginal engravings of whales, on separate rock platforms. They are both swimming in the same direction. The southern-most whale is the largest, and is about ten metres in length.
The carving has been highlighted, so the grooves are fairly visible.
Near the outline of the whale is what appears to be a carving of an oval.
The second whale is slightly smaller (about five metres in length) and on a smaller rock platform.
Some of the grooves at the posterior of the whale are weathered and the tail is hard to make out. At the head of the whale are two parallel grooves which are clearly pecked – it could be a “correction” similar to the whale at Shark Rock Ridge.