Near Duckponds Ridge are some small sandstone outcrops, which contain Aboriginal rock art. The largest of the rock outcrops has a long line of seven mundoes (footprints), which point roughly north-west.
Below the mundoes (on the same rock platform) is a odd-shaped figure, which seems almost human-like but with stumpy legs.
On the next rock platform are two emus.
The third rock platform has another emu, which is a little larger than the previous pair.
Next to the emu are two more engraved figures; it’s hard to determine what they are, although one of them may be a large mundoe.