Recorded as the “Koala Engraving” site, this Aboriginal engraving site between the Bairne Track and The Basin doesn’t actually include a koala… Accessed via a fairly strenuous “bush bash”, the small rock platform above a small creek contains a few figures. The most obvious motif is a shark (or large fish), near the top of the sloping rock platform.
Inside the shark’s body are what appear to be three boomerangs.
To the left of the shark are a pair of eels, engraved “nose to nose”. One of them is incomplete.
To the right of the shark and and on a fairly steep part of the rock platform is what appears to be another fish. This engraving was orginally as potentially being a koala, as it’s head is a unusually-shaped for a fish.
Nearby is what appears to be a single axe grinding groove.