Australian Aboriginal Sacred Site Rediscovered After 70 Years

Elder's Survey the Site Photo: Central Land Council

Elders Survey the Site
Photo: Central Land Council

A Sacred Site, called Kurlpurlunu, seemed lost for over 70 years, as elders had unsuccessfully searched the Tanami Desert. They were recently flown over the land and an elderly pair recognized the site, which had a distinctive rock and tree.

82-year-old Jerry Jangala said it was the rock he used to visit when little. He recognized  two prominent sand mounds and a waterhole. He began singing the song of the place and then cried, proclaiming that this was a place for making rain called Kurlpurlunu.

News Source: abc australian news