On one of a series of Aboriginal engraving sites below the Lyre Trig documented by Ian Sim, is a tall man with “half oval head, no eyes or neck, straight arms slightly upraised”.
Below this is man is a figure described by Sim as another man, and by McCarthy as a “composite emu spirit figure of the Daramulan type”. The figure is carved in profile, with a convex head, truncated or open beak, no eyes and a leg bent downward at a right angle close to its body.
A third figure is an oval, which is pointed at one end.
There is a nice view over Pittwater from the rock platform.