This fairly deep shelter on a ridge above Euroka Creek contains both Aboriginal hand stencils and drawings (although some of the drawings appear to be recent European additions).
There are a number of white lines and drawings, which may not be Aboriginal. Behind one of these white figures – and very hard to see without image enhancement – is a human figure in red ochre.
The “spirit figure” drawn in white was noted in a ranger’s report in 1981 as being “doubtful”; the emu appears to be drawn in a style more consistent with Aboriginal rock art.
There is a third figure which looks like a wombat, also drawn in white.
There are a total of six hand stencils in white; the two above superimposed on the “wombat” and an additional four hands.
A small panel in the roof of the shelter contains more hand stencils; they are in an unusual position, being well over two metres above the ground.
At least four more hand stencils can be seen in this panel.