These engravings has been significantly weathered, with the site situated partly in the rocky bed of a creek.
McCarthy Series 1
The group consists of four male kangaroos or wallabies, an emu and a dingo. The emu, drawn with a design that illustrates its feathers and tail, overlaps one of the kangaroos. Both figures are quite hard to determine, although the heads of both the emu and kangaroo and still obvious.
A small distance above the creek are two more kangaroos, which have been covered by soil and moss over the years.
The fourth kangaroo and dingo seem to have been completely weathered away; a detailed review of the site in 1989 found the dingo was no longer visible. McCarthy recorded 19 axe grinding grooves (as well as water channels) in and around the potholes in the creek, of which 11 are still visible.
McCarthy Series 2
An adjacent group of two kangaroos or wallabies and a snake (or earth worm) could not be located in a 1989 site survey.
The site was described by McCarthy in 1958 as “apparently a favoured resting spot of the Aboriginal men, who ground the blades of their aces and depicted game in the vicinity“.