After a little unsettled night in the swag, we were waken up from our tour guide really early again. But as a compensation a amazing sunrise in the bush land expected us.
We didn't have breakfast at our campsite, but we went very shortly to Wallace Rockhole an Aboriginal Community to have our morning toilet and our breakfast there.
Afterwards an aboriginal man guided us through the not far away located gorge and explained us different tools which were used from the former aboriginals who have lived in this area.
And he described also the meaning of the engraved patterns in the brown sandstone, which regularly were used as maps from the area from generation to generation and showed waterholes (circles) for instance.
In the community room one female aboriginal artist were painting a picture in the typical aboriginal way.
After that we attended the Art Culture Center there to watch a movie about the history of the Aboriginals in this land and we tried to paint some aboriginal arts too. I guess it was mor an trial than a success. But In my eyes it wasn't so bad.
After our stay in the Art Culture Center wer were going over unsealed streets
passing by wild horses to our lunch place, where we could watch a few Galahs
and a big grasshopper.
After a short visit on the oldest cattle station of Australia the Owen Springs cattle station
our trips leads us back to Alice Springs, which arrived in the late afternoon exhausted but satisfied full of impressions.