The first of three rock ledges has a waterhole near the middle, three axe grinding grooves, and 16 engravings along its length (including a fish, multiple birds, a headless kangaroo and a set of 15 ovals).
Many of these engravings (Sim Group 167, Series 5) are very hard to make out: one small engraving of a bird is quite distinct. Next to the small pothole is a curved drainge groove.
The second bird is less distinct.
An eel is also very faint.
A set of “fifteen small circles” look almost natural after hundreds of years of erosion from water seeping across the rock.
A “headless wallaby” or kangaroo has two punctures on its body, and an oval with a line protruding from its body.