This Aboriginal engraving site is the first of a series of six described by McCarthy as the Warrah Sanctuary group. A large whale, about eight metre in length, is carved on vast rock platform.
The whale was described by McCarthy as having a “long, conical head, oval body, 2 misplaced pectoral fins, small tail, 2 eyes, around and on the surface of which are 8 tiny ovals and circles 6-9″ long, probably representing a whale blowing”.
Most of the whale’s body is well-defined, but some figures within the whale’s body (two fish, an incomplete figure and a V-shaped figure) are covered by water which collects in a shallow depression after rain.
South west of the whale is what may be a stone arrangement; this was not recorded by McCarthy (although he did record a separate stone arrangement site much some distance away in the same direction).