A small but deep south-facing shelter along New Yard Creek contains some interesting Aboriginal rock art.
The motifs include white ochre daubs and parallel lines, as well as numerous hand stencils.
The most unusual arrangement is the vertical lines with white “dots”; this panel also a red ochre drawing of what may be an animal.
An adjacent panel contains an image of a kangaroo in red ochre, which is not easily seen without image enhancement.
This panel also has two faint figures in red ochre.
Another panel containing mostly hand stencils has a small figure in red ochre.
There are a number of hand stencils across the back wall of the shelter.