The feral goats on Scenic Hill may not be as beloved an icon as Hermit's Cave - but they've become a common sight for many residents.
Photographer Andrew McLean has immortalised the feral, furry beasts during a brisk morning walk.
His goal wasn't to shoot the goats, but to capture the morning mist and fog as it rolled across Griffith from the top of Scenic Hill.
"I just happened to be there, they were on a rock that I take all my photos from," Mr McLean.
Despite being a little hesitant to get too close, the goats eventually moved off, and after taking some landscape photos, two billy goats decided to work out who was boss.
"I was walking back to the car and the two goats were having at go at each other, I hoped they would keep going as I got into position."
Mr McLean works in IT by day and his photographic hobby has since bloomed into a small business, he credited the photos to the goats to some good luck.
He usually heads up to Scenic Hill before and after work to capture evocative landscapes of the city.
"It was just the right time to get there," he said.
He said the being there at the right time for the morning light was a highlight of the images, as was being able to look down into the valley and capture the goats standing on the edge of the hill.