These two adjoining Aboriginal engraving sites just off West Head Road were not described by any of the 19th century anthropologsists, nor do they have any detailed descriptions.
The first site, which is closest to West Head Road, is the more complex one. It has a number of sometimes overlapping Aboriginal carvings. The most obvious motif is an eel, next to three natural water holes in the rock platform.
One the eastern side of the rock platform is a man, his left arm shorter and fatter than his right.
Between his two legs is what appears to be a mundoe.
At the far end of the rock platform is a wallaby or kangaroo; a club overlaps the kangaroo’s back leg, above the kangaroo are four fish.
Three of the fish are quite distinct, while the fourth is hard to make out out.
The second site contains three large fish, all over a metre in length and very distinct.