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This place is still the subjected to vandalism here are a Australian family teaching their children how mum and dad have been taught.. Digging away the rock with dads car keys See Photo's After collecting the rocks the kids got back up to the track...More
Its a small attraction and not many people go there! But ochre once used by aboriginals for paintings in form of big rocks is very colorful! If you are in West MasDonnel Ranges, stop by for a quick look.
The pits are a short walk from the carpark. There is a short paved track to a scenic outlook and then stairs down to the beautiful cliff face. All the dessert colours in the cliffs are lovely, but it's not huge. Worth a stop as...More
Not really worth the time if you're already familiar with Aboriginal use of Ochre paint. Just a river bed with various colours of clay used by the local tribes. No demonstrations of Ochre painting.
Only a short walk and wheelchair-friendly.
Stunning cliffs of ochre arising from a dry Ricky creek bed on the Larapinta Road. Easy walk from the car park. Colors of the ochre range from Crimson to Gold. Beautiful. The history of their use is also interesting.