A long ledge near McCarrs Creek Road has a number of Aboriginal engravings, including two shields and a kangaroo.
The wallaby or kangaroo is fairly distinct, although it’s hind leg and tail are weathered and bisected by what appears to be a natural water channel.
To the east of the wallaby are two shields; one of them appears to have a “correction” made to the shape in a couple ate the bottom and top right. Both shields have two transverse lines.
Next to the shield is a crescent or boomerang on one side, and on the other side are grooves in the shape of a “V” (these may be natural channels from water erosion, and do not show any peck marks).
The boomerang is very roughly pecked.
Below the engravings is a natural waterhole, with water channels which appears to have been pecked into the rock.