Kariong EOC

Near the Kariong EOC is this group of aboriginal rock engravings that features a pair of large bird designs that may represent emus or perhaps scrub turkeys.

Kariong EOC - an engraving of two large bird figures

Large Bird Figures

Kariong EOC - an outline of an engraving of two bird figures

Large Bird Figures Outline

This is a carving of a child size figure and nearby is a fish laying in a depression that fills with water when it rains.

Kariong EOC - an engraving of a fish in a depression

Fish

Kariong EOC - an engraving of a child size figure

Child Size Figure

Kariong EOC - an engraving of a child size figure and fish

Child Size Figure And Fish

This appears to be an eel in another depression that fills with water.

Kariong EOC - an engraving of an eel in a depression

Eel

Beside the eel is this engraving of a kangaroo. Unfortunately the forepaw has worn away. This is a false colour image.

Kariong EOC - an engraving of a kangaroo

Kangaroo

Kariong EOC - an engraving of a shape

Shape

2 thoughts on “Kariong EOC

  1. Pat Conwell

    We saw a bird shaped engraving next to some small fish like ones on the track that runs ajasent to the fire trail along the top of rat gully.

    I wondered if anyone one knew it was there as people have been riding their bikes and motor bikes over it.

    We have been searching the internet to find some info on the area and the engraving .

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  2. Sydney Rock Art Post author

    The engravings at Rat Gully sound interesting. We will visit there soon and photograph the site.

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