On the opposite side of the Long Trail to the complex “Roach Trig” site is another Aboriginal engraving site, which may represent a hunting scene.
Although it contains multiple shields and a kangaroo, the site was not documented until 1984 (with an additional figure recorded in 2021). At the top of the site is a wallaby or kangaroo.
Below the kangaroo are nine shields and two boomerangs.
Most of the shields (carved with one vertical line and one or two transverse lines) are still fairly distinct.
A short distance to the south-east on the same rock platform is an additional figure of a man, which was not recorded in the original site sketch. Most of the engraving is still fairly distinct, although the the lower half of the body is quite weathered.