The Bulgandry aboriginal rock engraving site has been given a car park, a nice footpath and a wooden boardwalk around the main area. This site is very accessible and many people stop and photograph the engravings. The site features a large carving of Bulgandry Man, an ancestral hero figure. There are also some kangaroos, fish and other motifs here.
This is Bulgandry Man. He has an elaborate head dress and is holding some kind of round object in his right hand. In his left hand is a boomerang. Across his waist is a decorated club. The complete image shows Bulgandry Man and his canoe. The canoe is about 7 meters long and one end of it has been over cut with a kangaroo.
A kangaroo with an octopus over the tail area and another kangaroo with a small figure near its tail. These small figures with raised arms point toward other nearby engraving sites.
This shape is probably some kind of shark. Part of its tail is missing where the rock has broken and worn away.
Here are two fish that can be found inside the main engraving area. One of these fish has been speared.
Just outside the walkway is this long and thin eel.
This shark is located in the bush about 40 meters from the main Bulgandry site but not many people find it. This engraving has been noted as a dolphin, but the rounded dorsal fin and broad belly suggest that it may be some kind of mako shark. This shark also exhibits a heterocercal caudal fin, unlike the horizontal flukes of a dolphin. It is about 4.5 meters from nose to tail.
This little swamp hen is about 125 meters from the main site and not easy to find. Next to this engraving is a very worn carving of a small wallaby.
Nearby is another engraving site that is associated with the Bulgandry site. A beautiful 7 meter long whale meets you at the head of the track. This is a false colour composite image made up from 926 separate photographs.
A bit further into the bush is another section of this site. Cut over the foot of this figure is another of the Woy Woy “rabbits”.