The Shark Rock Ridge walking track literally crosses this Aboriginal engraving of a whale, which has two figures inside it.
The whale is over ten metres in length, with a pair of pectoral fins and three other fins. The grooves are not deep, but you can still make out the entire outline of this enormous creature.
There’s a small mouth and two eyes.
Part of the whale appear to have been re-grooved, with some of the fins having two set sets of pecked lines.
One of the two figures inside the whale is a goanna, carved to appear as if it’s drinking from a shallow waterhole.