The most dominant figures in this Aboriginal engraving site on Mount Murray Anderson are two men who are at right-angles to each other. They are at the very bottom of the gently-sloping rock platform
The man on the right is described by McCarthy as having a “bird like appearance”.
Next to the man is an oval, and what described by McCarthy initially as an axe or club, and later as a headless and neckless emu.
Nearby are four shields, all with slightly different shapes, and some with bars across the middle.
One additional engraving of a wallaby (or kangaroo) was not documented by McCarthy, but forms part of this group.