The southernmost of a cluster of four shelters within the McPherson State Forest, the Banksia Shelter is a tall but very shallow overhang. It has has five alcoves or niches, which contain Aboriginal drawings.
The first alcove contains a red figure; it’s hard to determine what it represents.
The second alcove hs a vertical figure, also in red ochre, of what seems to be a large lizard.
The third alcove has faint red lines emanating from what appears to be a natural hole in the sandstone.
The last two alcoves don’t appear to to have any art, although the last one has interesting natura; patterns.