Two kangaroos and a wombat are the most deeply carved and most prominent Aboriginal engravings on a large rock platform near the Salvation Loop Track. The two kangaroos are near the middle of the platform, and are leaping towards the west.
Nearby are another two kangaroo, both far more weathered and leaping in the same direction.
At the southern end of the platform and very clearly carved is a wombat.
At the northern end of the platform is a faint engraving of what appears to be an emu, or large bird.