Along the track to Taffys Rock on a low saddle in the main ridge is an Aboriginal engraving site with two whales and a small wallaby. Beyond the rock platform on the other side of Taffys Gully is Taffys Rock.
The smaller of the the two whales (which was also described as being possible a sunfish) has a smaller fish within its body.
The larger whale is about eight metres in length and spans the width of the rock platform; it has two transverse lines across its body and one large fin.
Near the fin of the larger whale on the ege of the rock platform is a wallaby, which is more deeply cut and distinct than the two whales.
Another indeterminate figure, not documented by Campbell, is on the plaform near the smaller whale.