To the west of Taber Trig and just below a large Shelter with Art is a small Aboriginal engraving site, next to a pot hole in the rock platform. A line of six mundoes (footprints) traverse the site; they are thought to point to a nearby site which has two deities.
At one end of the platform is a wallaby or kangaroo, a few indeterminate figures and some mundoes.
Just above the wallaby/kangaroo is a fish.
The carvings are all fairly distinct, although it’s clear what all of the figures represent.