Summary: The Little Beach Aboriginal engraving site has two vertical engravings, of a whale and a fish.

Hidden in a narrow gully is large boulder which features a vertical engraving of a whale; inside the whale is an engraving of a large fish.

On an adjacent rock is another vertical engraving of a fish, roughly cut.

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Nearby is another engraving, described by Ian Sim as a kangaroo (it also appears to depict the upper part of a figure holding an object).

figure littlebeach Little Beach Aboriginal engravings
Source: Sydney Rock Art
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