On a rock platform above the Tunnel Firetrail, surrounded by dense scrub, is a small Aboriginal engraving. It looks like a fake, or modern, engraving but was described by Campbell in 1899 as “A small tail-less animal, possibly a wombat. It is clearly and lightly cut, with punctures showing slightly”.
On the edge of rock platform are a number of axe grinding grooves around a shallow depression; an interesting location as there’s no reliable water source nearby.
Small stones are scattered across part of the platform; possibly a stone arrangement, although this was not noted by Cambell.
There would have been sweeping views from the platform, although tall trees now obscure the view in most directions.