In the middle of a rock platform opposite the Waratah Track is small pothole, with six axe grinding grooves (AGGs) in a parallel set. This forms part of the Arden Trig series of Aboriginal sites.
Near these AGGs are three engravings. There is the very weathered tail end of a fish.
A “phacoid-headed club, with a large natural pit in the centre of the head, like an eye; the first record of this type of club in the Sydney district”.
Nearby is “the posterior part of an echidna”, which I couldn’t locate (it is likely very weathered).