On a long rock platform near Brooklyn Dam are a number of Aboriginal engravings, first documented by Fred McCarthy in 1958.
Although all the figures are on one very long platform, they were recorded as a series of three sites. Additional figures have been identified and recorded which were missed by McCarthy.
Series 1 (Fig A)
On the eastern side of the platform is a whale about 3m long; it has a pair of pectoral fins and two very deeply carved eyes.
Near this whale is what may be a smaller whale, or a fish.
The wallaby or kangaroo is not as distinct; its head and neck are very weathered.
Figures which were missed by McCarthy include a fairly weathered man, with outstretched arms.
Another man has his lower half covered with water and silt.