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Wallace Rockhole Tours

Wallace Rockhole is a Western Aranda Aboriginal Community located 120 kilometres west of Alice Springs. Wallace Rockhole is on the Urana Land Trust 25 kilometres along the James Range. The community was founded by the Abbott family in 1973 as an outstation of the Hermannsburg Mission. Visitors can experience Aboriginal culture, learn about bush tucker, view ancient rock art and more.

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Aboriginal Culture Rockart Tour

Gain an insight into the culture of a fascinating people on this tour to the Aboriginal community of Wallace Rockhole, located 120 kilometres west of Alice Springs in the James Ranges. See Ancient Aboriginal rock art, search for bush tucker and bush medicines, and learn about the history of Wallace Rockhole and the local Aboriginal people.


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