A shelter near Bilpin in the Wollemi National Park, which has a small but complex panel of Aboriginal rock art. The pictpographs include charcoal figures and shapes, and concentric circles in red ochre.
The most recognisable figure appears to be an eel.
A small concave indent in the sandstone has another charcoal figure.
Almost al of the motifs are in charcoal, except for the unusual concentric circles, which are in red ochre.