Located along the Vize spur in Cowan, this Aboriginal engraving site was described as “a site with considerable anthropological interest” in a report by J.C. Lough (which was conducted to identify carving sites in the vicinity of the Sydney to Newcastle freeway). Interestingly, while this site was identified as a new site in the 1967 report by J.C. Lough, the site was documented earlier by McCarthy and Hansen in 1960 (Mankind Vol 5, No. 9).
The most prominent figures are two men who are depicted “head to head”.
The larger male figure has elaborate markings on its upper body.
The second male figure is more crudely drawn, but has well defined fingers and elongated
Further up the rock platform is a woman, who has both two distinct breasts and an elongated penis.
Near the woman is what was described by J.C. Lough as a “phallic symbol”, but may be a club.
Traversing the Aboriginal engraving site are two lines of mundoes (at least 23 have been recorded).