Near Taber Trig is a long and deep shelter, containing Aboriginal art which was originally documented by W.D. Campbell in 1899.
At the back of the shelter, Campbell described charcoal drawings of a man or deity, a wallaby and a third figure, which may also be a wallaby.
The man is still visible on the back of the shelter.
Also visible is the charcoal drawing of the kangaroo.
As well as the charcoal drawings, the shelter has six red ochre hand stencils.
Also noted in a later recording are vertical yellow markings.
Just below the shelter is a small Aboriginal engraving site, which includes a kangaroo and fish.