The Moon Rock engraving site depicts a lunar year and shows a series of twelve moon carvings alongside corresponding local events. The biggest moon is above the head of this large figure. This is a false colour image.
This panel shows three engraved eels alongside a 3 meter long multi-point spear. The early settlers called this type of spear a ‘fizz-gig’.
This goanna has been speared in the head. The objects nearby may represent emu eggs.
This image shows two decorated eels laying nose to tail heading toward a moon emblem.
This false colour image shows an engraving of a five meter shark with an open mouth. The image on the left may represent a small canoe that the great shark is chasing.
This creature looks like some kind of unusual fish, but it is actually an eel. The ‘tail’ is a moon emblem that is touching the end of the eel.
This set of engravings shows a line of three fish with a bird carved over the leading fish. This same theme can be found at the Washtub Gully engraving site. Maybe these engravings share a similar story? Some mundoes can also be seen here.
This very faint figure is carrying a shield and spear. In this image wheel marks from motorcycles can be clearly seen.
This small group of two boomerangs and a shield are located nearer the entry to this site.