Summary: Scattered figures including two fish and a small man at the start of the Towlers Bay Track at West Head

Near the start of the Towlers Bay Track are some Aboriginal engravings on scattered rock surfaces. The figures include three fish.

Near the two fish are two very weathered figures, which were not originally recorded.

Another platform what appears to be a small figure with upstretched arms.

A shield and three eels are no longer visible.

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