Situated high on a steep ridge, there are sweeping views over Stockyard Gully from this shelter with Aboriginal rock art.
The most prominent figures – from which the shelter gets it name (it’s also referred to as “Bird Cave”) – are three emus.
Below the emus, near the base of the wall, are a few more figures in red ochre.
On the same panel (above and overlapping the last emu) is an enormous kangaroo drawn in red ochre, and another kangaroo frawn in white.
To the right of the emu panel is an indeterminate figure, drawn in charcoal and red ochre.