Referred to as “Little Devils Rock”, this Aboriginal engraving site is thought to be related to the nearby Devils Rock site. Perched above Old Northern Road on a solitary mass of sandstone, a faded engraving Baiame watches the traffic go past. The engravings of this deity and eleven other figures have survived attempts to straighten or widen the road (the Old North Road was diverted during its re-construction to avoid damaging the site). .
The largest figure is Baiame, which is decorated with vertical lines. Nearby are two men and two koala-type figures. The site is thought to be a koala totem centre and may represent a mythological incident, with the ancestral being (Baiame) looking at the two men and koalas. One of the men (or Baiame) has thrown a boomerang at the koala.