Kulpi Mutitjulu (the Mutitjulu Cave) is the family cave. For many generations, Anangu families camped here.
The men would hunt for kuka (meat), and the women and children would collect mai (bush foods). The foods would be brought back here to share.
Generations of Anangu families told stories around the campfire here, teaching their children and painting on the rock. These stories are still kept and handed down to Anangu children today.
The Mutitjulu Cave has many examples of concentric circles, which can represent a waterhole, a campsite or a place of significance. Multiple concentric circles linked by lines may represent a journey. How many of these can you see?
Visit the Mutitjulu Cave on the Kuniya walk.
- Open today
- No wheelchair access