Summary: Above Waterfall Bay Creek are some weathered Aboriginal engravings, including two men, a small wallaby, a large fish and a dolphin.

Above Waterfall Bay Creek is a cluster of very faint and weathered Aboriginal engravings. Drawn in an unusual style is a very small wallaby.

AWAT0103 LR Waterfall Bay Creek Engravings

Above the wallaby are two men (with clubs hanging from a waistband); just the feet of the lower man is showing in the photo below.

AWAT0104 LR Waterfall Bay Creek Engravings

Nearby is a large fish and a dolphin. Further north is what appears to be an eel; it is also very faint.

AWAT0113 LR Waterfall Bay Creek Engravings

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Aboriginal Sites by National Park

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