The Woy Woy aboriginal rock engraving site is famous for this line of nine ‘dancing rabbits‘ but they are probably more likely to be hares. Some people have suggested that they represent dancing people wearing headdress. There is another single ‘rabbit‘ at the Bulgandry site, about 2 kilometres away. On the left side of this panel is a male figure and the lower section shows a large fish. This image covers an area of approximately 6 meters by 4 meters.
This panel shows the layout of a number of fish, a shield, a decorated eel and a small wallaby. This image covers an area of approximately 5 meters by 4 meters.
This set shows a very nice eel and shield.
This engraving shows a very large female kangaroo.
This wonderful pair of wallabies is probably found less often. This is a false colour image.
A bit further along the track on a less visited rock platform is this excellent collection of six decorated shields and a boomerang arranged along a precipice overlooking Woy Woy Bay.
Near the arrangement of shields are these two figures that possibly represent seals or sea lions. This is a false colour image.