The ochers used over the years to build up this gallery of rock art come from similar rocks to the parent rock they are painted on. Most of the pigment comes from the local area so there is a tight color harmony.
The stories represented by the figures and symbols are deeply woven into the culture of the local people. The gallery not only has a strong color unity, but is also tied in with beliefs of the Gagadju people.
Aboriginal Rock Art – Arnhem Land NT Australia