Located a short distance from the track, this Aboriginal engraving site is very weathered and covered in leaf litter.
One of the sites (Cambell Figure 5, below) represents “mythological spirit beings, the wife more elaborately decorated than the husband, with a fish and a legless emu, a bird sitting on its nest or on which the artist had not completed the legs“. This large group of animals.
The second site (Figure 6) “has an emphasis on common animals in the surrounding bush – echidna, wombats, wallaby and kangaroo, flying phalanger [possum] – with a noosed bird, several fish, eels and snakes, fishing lines and a fish spear and the weapons of men, essentially a food getting theme for a group as a whole, and whether it had any relationship to the pair of mythological spirit people cannot be decided“. As with the previous site, the figures are all weathered and the clearest motifs are two wombats.
The site has over 30 engravings across two adjacent rocks. all of which are fairly hard to make out.