On a small rock platform in the middle of a ridge at Cottage Point are two Aboriginal engravings of deities.
Both deities, most likely representations of Baiame, have a rayed headdress, and multiple vertical stripes on their body.
The larger of the two Baiame figures is sixteen feet (over five metres) in height.
The figure has six vertical stripes on its body.
The smaller Baiame is 14 feet high (just under five metres), and has three vertical stripes on his body.
Both the Baiame figures have very detailed rayed headresses.
The sacred site was interpreted by McCarthy as a place where “these heroes have come down from the sky to the earth during a ritual”. A line of mundoes at an Aboriginal engraving site near Taber Trig points to this site. Another Baiame figure on Mount Murray Anderson is said to be pointing to this site.
A kangaroo was also recorded by Campbell about twenty metres north-west of the two deities.