Above a small waterfall near Brooklyn Dam are an Aboriginal engraving of a fish and a wallaby. The fish is the most clear engraving of the two figures, being less exposed to water flowing over it.
The wallaby or kangaroo is not as distinct; its head and neck are very weathered.
Below the waterfall, there are holes bored into the vertical rock face.
A long section part of the creekbed below the falls is rock.
Along one of these sections there are grooves or water channels in the bedrock.