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Traditionally a meeting place, Walga holds a gallery of Aboriginal rock painting - This Place


Large ochre coloured rock lies on a plain of ochre coloured soil and bushland.
Walga (Photo courtesy of ABC)
18 Dec 2019

For thousands of years, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have been naming places that were sacred or important to them.

This video is part of an ABC produced series named This Place. It tells the story behind one of these special places:

50km south-west of Cue, Walga Rock is one of Australia’s largest monoliths, as well as one of the largest galleries of Aboriginal Rock paintings in Western Australia.

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For more information, visit This Place.

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