This Aboriginal engraving site was first recorded in 1945, and later documented in detail as part of an archaeological survey prior to construction of the M1/F3 freeway. It was described by McCarthy as an “ancestral being of Daramulan type”, and is almost four metres in height, and regarded as a sacred site.
The Daramulan figure appears to be missing a head, and some of the detail has been lost due to weathering. It originally had “head slightly concave with 5-rayed headdress”.
Nearby is an oval mundoe and oval figure.