The Wheeler Heights/Cromer Heights aboriginal engraving platform has a line of mundoes leading across to a cave and another line leading to a scene that shows a successful kangaroo hunt. Two male figures stand by two speared kangaroos. There are also a number of fish and other unusual carvings.
This image shows a figure with a club or axe nearby.
Just above the head of this figure a mundoe (footprint) can be seen.
This engraving is probably some kind of shark.
A shark ray (top) and some kind of fish (bottom).
This very unusual engraving appears to show a chain of large cowrie shells. This engraving is about one metre wide. Cowrie shell necklaces were considered to be of great value and one this size would probably only be worn for ceremonial purposes. The Art Gallery of NSW has some examples of these cowrie shell necklaces.
This figure is very faint and has almost worn away.
This is a large unadorned shield.
A hunting boomerang. A hunting boomerang is not designed to return but is mainly for injuring or killing animals or enemies.