Summary: An Aboriginal rock engraving of an indeterminate object, on top of a large rock near Currawong Beach.

Shark Fin Rock is an Aboriginal engraving site located on the top of a large boulder – which looks like a shark’s fin – a short distance from Currawong Beach.

AWAT5839 LR Shark Fin Rock

On top of the rock is an engraving of an indeterminate object, part of which is weathered away.

P4235173 resize Shark Fin Rock
Source: Collette Douchkov
Engraving SharkFinRock Shark Fin Rock
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