A small but deep overhang in the Tollagong Range has multiple stencils and paintings on the wall.
The most interesting motif is an eel about two metres in length, drawn like an x-ray with its bones showing. There are also multiple white hand stencils.
Some stencils are less visible, including five forearms (three of which appear joined).
There are about 20 hand stencils, some fairly faint.
At one end of the art panel is a club.
The shelter is near the Sheep Cave, which features very large figures drawn in red ochre.