A comprehensive guide to rock art in Australia, featuring exclusive images from Uluru


Recent times have been tough on Australia’s rock art. Sites that have survived for tens of thousands of years with probably the oldest-known artistic depictions by modern humans have faced vandalism and theft. But a growing appreciation for sustainable tours to open-air galleries is rebuilding trust. To help inspire you, Anangu elders have given AT’s Grenville Turner and Gail Liston-Burgess exclusive access to photograph some of the most secretive rock art in the world. We invite you to heed the mistakes of the bad old days, and show you how best to enjoy this world-leading collection.


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