Some areas have a high concentration of indigenous heritage sites, which are often interrelated. The pages below are “collections” of geographically or thematically connected sites, with links to each individual site.
Multiple rock engraving sites are located along and around the Milyerra Road Fire Trail in Kariong (in the Brisbane Water National Park)
Four interrelated sites around the America Bay track at West Head, depicting different scenes. Two are easily accessed from the America Bay Track.
A series of Aboriginal engraving sites along a ridge of rock extending from the Waratah Track across West Head Road,
Numerous engraving and cave art sites along the Basin Track and Mackerel Track. Many are hidden just off the trails, but the signposted Basin Aboriginal Site is easily accessed.
Aboriginal engraving sites located near the Cowan to Brooklyn (Great North Walk) trail. Some of these sites were documented over a hundred year ago by W.D. Campbell, and others only recently "discovered".
The area around Lyre Trig has over twenty Aboriginal engraving sites, many recorded by Campbell, Sim and McCarthy and some containing unusual carvings.
Seventeen Aboriginal sites located and around Mount Murray Anderson. They include multiple deity figures, two enormous whales and some stone arrangements.
Along the Myall Trail are a number of Aboriginal heritage sites, including engravings and cave art, that reflect a fruitful hunting ground.
Along the Resolute Track are a number of scattered Aboriginal engraving sites. These include the signposted Resolute Aboriginal Engraving Site.
More than 6000 carvings on several sites around Alta, which bear the traces of settlement dating from 7000 to 500 BC. A walkway passes a number of panels in this UNESCO World Heritage listed area.