Located near the Flannel Flower Walking Track on the top of the ridge above Lobster Beach, this small rock platform has several Aboriginal rock engravings. While none of the figures appear significantly damaged, the proximity of the site to a popular bushwalking track means it’s frequently visited – and some idiots have carved initials across one of the figures.
The most obvious figures are four ovals, or circles – one of them has an irregular shape and what appears to be two eyes.
A short distance away is another circle, or a jellyfish (as the figure has two short lines coming out from one side).
At the edge of the rock platform are two shields, both with a single longitudinal line and two transverse lines.
Much less distrinct is what could be a club or boomerang.
The site was documented by Ian Sim in 1976, who succinctly described the site as “A group of circles, shields and fish”.