Drive through the Royal National Park or catch a ferry from Cronulla (no park fee aplies when coming by ferry - tel. 9523 2990). Near the eastern side of Jibbon Beach.
The Jibbon Head aboriginal engravings site is one of the richest and most preserved in the Sydney metro area. Located in the Royal National Park near Bundeena, it has splendid beaches and bushwalking tracks on the way to the engravings site and in the surrounding area. Accessible by car (National Park entry fees apply) or a ferry across from Cronulla. The engravings are best reached from the eastern part of Jibbon Beach – just follow the posts and our directions below.
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View of Cronulla and Kurnell from Jibbon Head
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Zina Booth wrote about Jibbon Head on 15-Jan-2010:
I wish we had seen this web page before we went to Jibbon Head. We looked everywhere and never did find the engravings. It was still a worthwhile adventure though. Beautiful beach, no crowds. Definitely one of the highlights on my vacation in Australia. Thank you for showing us what they look like!
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