There are two sites about 400 meters apart located on Mangrove Road that were once connected by a track but are now separated by the road. This site south of the road contains a large 5 meter Daramulum figure, a line of double mundoes and a number of animal engravings.
Next to the large figure are these two big fish tails.
This a small Daramulum figure. It has almost been worn away by walkers over this site, but we managed to find it by using a flash relief technique.
This is a nice little echidna design that has also almost been worn away. It is totally invisible but the flash brings it back to life.
We are not sure what this carving represents, maybe a bird nest? It is about 30cm across and almost completely worn away. I dubbed it the ‘pie crust’.
There is a line of pairs of mundoes that begin about 50 metres away on another small platform and then make their way through the scrub and travel up to the large Daramulum figure. This is a three toed mundoe.
This is an engraving of a very small kangaroo.
This is a false colour image of a much larger kangaroo.
This is a false colour image of a large male figure.
This looks like it might be an unfinished emu engraving.
This engraving could be of some kind of fish that has been speared.