Above the upper reaches of Mullet Creek is a long shelter, which has a large amount of Aboriginal rock art.
The most obvious motifs are a number of white hand stencils.
A small niche has a couple more stencils.
Less obvious are a number of drawings in red ochre, which can’t easily be seen. They may represent an emu and two anthropomorphs.
There are also some figures drawn in charcoal.
At one end of the shelter is a midden (a smaller, nearby shelter also has a midden).
Although the art has not been damaged or vandalised, there is some evidence of prior non-indigenous human habitation.