An interesting site on a spur below the Waratah Track, this Aboriginal engraving site was described as a ritual or ceremonial site.
“The exclusive use of fish in close proximity to Coal and Candle Creek, a deep salt-water stream, the association of the man in ceremonial decoration, indicates a ritual significance for this group; it might be connected with fishing magic to ensure a good catch or with increase ceremonies; on the other hand the man and woman may be legendary figures not associated with other figures or associated with them in a myth”Fred McCarthy
The lifesize man and woman are very distinctive; the man is decorated with parallel and arched lines “in the pattern painted on the body during ceremonies”. Within the woman are some several large, natural punctures.
On an adjoining rock further along the spur is a whale, and above the whale one of many fish (a “breamlike fish”).
Inside the whale is a figure, which was described as a fish.
To the north of the whale are there more large fish (one of this covered by vegetation) and a shark ray or wobbegong shark (also covered).