On a long rock platform north of the Waratah Trail is an Aboriginal engraving of a man wearing a headdress, described by Campbell as a “man in a dancing pose”.
McCarthy later added a more detailed description, describing the man as having “his body turned to his left and his right leg turned outward in an animated and alert posture. He apparently represents a spirit or a man performing a ritual. A very difficult position to depict, particularly the position of his right leg”.
At the northern end of the rock platform are some small rock pools. There is an axe grinding groove above the waterhole, as well as a water channel beside it.