On a large rock surface alongside West Head Road is a rock platform with over 80 motifs, most of them being mundoes (footprints), as well as an echidna, a number of fish and two shields. Many of the mundoes are quite weathered, but the fish are still quite distinct.
The echidna has 13 parallel curved stripes within the outline of the animal, a stylistic feature not common in the Sydney area.
As well as the echidna, the other feature of the site is the long line of footprints (mundoes) – of which there are 75 in total.
The mundoes lead away from a number of fish, which are of different shapes and sizes, and represent different species including a wobbegong shark.
It was suggested (McCarthy, Stanbury & Clegg) that the mundoes indicate a path to a good fishing place nearby, and may represent a mythological incident.