Along the Corrumbine Creek Trail is a very nice waterfall that hosts some excellent engravings including this life-size figure. This is a false colour image.
This is a false colour image of a 4 metre long engraving of a whale that has a small male figure within. The figure is carrying some kind of club across the waist and is wearing a high head dress. This engraving lies in a wide runnel and after heavy rain the water coming down the creek flows over giving the impression that the whale might be swimming upstream.
About 2.5 km further down the track this controversial beast can be found. The head end of this detailed 7 meter whale has been photographed and fallaciously reported to be an alien spaceship by proponents of the infamous ‘Kariong Glyphs’, near the Bambara Road engraving site. This is a false colour image.
Along a secluded track are found these three engravings, including this enigmatic design.
This is nice little decorated shield that is laying across the track.
Not far from the shield is this curved eel.
On a secluded platform high above the track is this 2 metre tall figure wearing a headdress. He also has an armband on his right arm and a belt around his waist. This figure is facing directly towards the large whale engraving near Milyerra Trail. This is a false colour image.
Not far from the figure is this long thin fish engraving.
Atop another ridge is a small engraving site that shows this group of eels. There are two large eels laid side by side and a smaller eel a few feet away.