Above Dog Trap Gully is a small Aboriginal engraving site, which has figures scattered on adjoining rock surfaces. The most significant carving is a Daramulan figure, which is very similar in design to another Daramulan about 400m to the north-west at the Dog Trap Gully Engraving site (bottom right photo from Sydney Rock Art shows the figure highlighted).
Nearby is a fish (or shark), which has been partly damaged.
A very weathered male figure on another rock can only just be seen.
The site also has a couple of mundoes (footprints); the larger one is pictured below.