Berowra Waters Aboriginal Engraving
Berowra Waters Engraving: just 200 m from an easy-to-reach car park and on the Great North Walk track itself, this rock is often overlooked even by those who know this trail well. From the F3 Freeway take the Berowra turning and go down Berowra Waters Road to the ferry. Walk north along the track by the side of the creek past the car park and look for a large rock next to the path on your right. The engravings are a little tricky to decipher but include a man in a head-dress, an animal (perhaps a koala) and another figure.
As you walk beside the river, notice that the trail is built on piles and piles of shells. These middens are evidence of the hundreds of indigenous families that lived here exploiting the abundant shellfish as a staple food.