On the opposite side of the road to the Waratah Track are a group of figures representing a man with fish which are his totem (or which he hopes to catch). This site is part of the Arden Trig Station group of Aboriginal engravings. The main figure is the man who is in “an active pose”; above his head is one of the five fish carved near him.
While the bottom half of the mean is quite weathered and his feet are hard to see, his upper torso is fairly distinct. His hair is bound in a conical coil, and he has five triangular fingers on each hand.
Directly above the man is a bream-like fish.
Some of the figures at this site are covered in leaves and debris; two more fish can be seen poking out from leaf litter next to the man’s outstretched arm.