America Bay Track

The America Bay Track aboriginal rock engraving site is fairly small and located in a swampy secluded spot. The main engraving is a 5 meter long orca.

America Bay Track - an engraving of an orca

Orca

On the lower right section of the orca is this carving of a female figure.

America Bay Track - an engraving of a female figure

Female Figure

Near the center of the orca is an engraved stingray. The stingray has a long tail and two eyes.

America Bay Track - an engraving of a stingray

Stingray

Behind the upper fin of the orca is a very nice engraved goanna.

America Bay Track - an engraving of a goanna

Goanna

At another engraving site along the track is this large Daramulum figure. Inside the figure is a round shape with a long tail, probably a stingray. Near the foot of the figure is an unusual double boomerang design and some mundoes. Near the center of this image is a fish. This image shows an area of about 6 meters by 4 meters and comprises of 716 separate photographs.

America Bay Track - an engraving of Daramulum

Daramulum

This image shows a very unusual ‘double boomerang’ design.

America Bay Track - an engraving of a double boomerang

Double Boomerang

America Bay Track - an engraving of a fish

Fish


America Bay Track - an engraving of a fish

Fish

America Bay Track - an engraving of a goanna

Goanna

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