Sim documented hundreds of Aboriginal rock art sites across Sydney, many of them published in a series of articles in Mankind in the 1960s. A consolidated set of his recordings referred to as the “Sim Collection” are now held by AHIMS.

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An Aboriginal engraving of a single wallaby, which is fairly weathed; it's one of a series of eleven sites documented by Ian Sim near the Lyre Trig.
A quite clearly defined kangaroo, and some smaller engravings, next to the Max Allen Track on a small rock
An Aboriginal engraving of a kangaroo; one of a series of ten sites documented by Ian Sim near the Milyerra Trail
Traversed by the Milyerra Road Fire Trail, a large, tesselated rock platform contains a number of weathered engravings
An Aboriginal engraving site of a man with upstretched arms near the Milyerra Road Firetrail.
A very weathered Aboriginal engraving of a man, on a sloping rock. It is one of a series of ten sites near the Milyerra Trail documented by Ian Sim.
A rock ledge with multiple Aboriginal engravings, axe grinding grooves and a waterhole near the Milyerra Trail
A small Aboriginal engraving site with two kangaroos, three fish, an eel and a shield, which is part of a series of ten sites documented by Ian Sim near the Milyerra Trail.
Aboriginal engravings of a kangaroo, head of a kangaroo and shield on scattered rock surfaces; they are part of a series of ten sites documented by Ian Sim near the Milyerra Trail
A large rock platform near the Milyerra Trail, with engravings of a 40' whale and 10' kangaroo.
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