Above the Mt Ku-ring-gail Track, on adjacent rock platforms surrounded by scrub, is an Aboriginal engraving site. The figures include a giant bandicoot, echidna, two men and what may be an ancestral figure.
The bandicoot is over a meter in length, on the edge of a rock, with an echidna beneath its snout.
There is considerable detail in its long mouth, or snout.
Next to the bandicoot are two men. The lower of the two men has upraised arms, and what appears to be a waist-belt. His legs are very weathered and his feet are not visible.
A second man is just above this figure; he is also either fairly weathered or lightly grooved, although most of his outline is still visible.
He seems to have an elaborate head head-dress.
On a nearby, dome-shaped rock is either another man, or – due to his much larger size than the other men – a deity figure.
HIs head, right arm and both feet are fairly distinct – but much of the left side of his body has weathered away.
This a rough representation of the man/deity, as the entire figure can no longer be accurately determined.