The Aboriginal engraving site at Blackfellow’s Head Spur was once a much bigger site, but some of it was destroyed by development and one group of engraving was relocated to Quarter Sessions Road. A few engravings remain behind a row of houses at the very bottom of Quarter Sessions Road.
The largest engraving is of a kangaroo, which was described by McCarthy as “poorly drawn”.
On the same section of rock as the kangaroo is a row of three fish.
The three fish were described as “bream like” and are about two feet in length.
Another figure is engraved nearby, which was not documented by McCarthy – it may be a later (fake) addition.