An unusual site documented by W.D. Campbell, and later by Ian Sim and Fred McCarthy, this Aboriginal engraving site above Mullet Creek depicts half a man, with a spear in his left foot. It was interpreted by McCarthy as representing “the punishment of a man for an offence against tribal law, and may illustrate a mythological incident or an engraving intended to indicate the punishment for certain offences”.
The man has a “rounded waist, pointed knees, flat and pointed feet outward and sloped downward at 45 degrees, conical penis,with a spear sticking upward diagonally from his left foot”.
There’s a niee view over Brisbane Water National Park from the small rock platform.
Nearby is a very weathered mundoe (footprint), which points in a westerly direction.