Summary: Weathered Aboriginal engravings on a tesselated platform near Warrah Trig. Figures include a speared fish.

A number of Aboriginal engravings are located on a large tesselated pavement, with views over Broken Bay to the Barrenjoey Peninsula.

The engravings are fairly weathered, and include a fish which has been speared fish.

Nearby is at least one more (poorly formed) fish, and another figure which may be a fish or an oval.

A short distance away near the edge of the rock platform are more small figures; one of them resembles a narrow fish, and the rest are indeterminate.

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