Three shields stand out quite distinctively on a broad ledge overlooking Deep Creek valley.
The third shields has a corrected outline at one end.
Abvoe the shields is a leaping wallaby or kangaroo with its toes shown on the hind legs.
Beside it is a hunting boomerang.
The engravings were said to represent a hunting scene (McCarthy 1954), and form part of a series of seven sites described by McCarthy in this area:
- Line of eight fish near West Head Road (S1) – most likely destroyed
- Goanna near McCarrs Creek (S2) – not yet found
- Daramulan figure and kangaroo (S3) near Duckholes Trail
- School of six fish and pregnant woman (S4) in McCarrs Creek – not yet found
- Large whale and man (S5) near Mona Vale Road
- Shields and wallaby (S6) above Deep Creek – this site
- Man along Kamber Trail (S7)