Above Dog Trap Gully is a small Aboriginal engraving site, which has figures scattered on adjoining rock surfaces. (The site is not within the Strickland State Forest, but the area just to the north.)
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.