Ewaninga Rock Carvings Conservation Reserve, Alice Springs

#16 of 16 in Parks in Alice Springs
Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
The Ewaninga Conservation Reserve is a protected area in the Northern Territory of Australia consisting of an area of low sand dunes, rocky outcrops and a claypan about 35 kilometres (22 mi) south of Alice Springs. It is significant because of a large number of Aboriginal rock carvings.
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  • The Ewaninga Rock Carvings are not far from Alice Springs on the road to Chambers Piller (before Maryvale). Enjoyed the carvings near the clay pan most of all!  more »
  • Stop at Ewaninga rock Carvings on the way to Chambers pillar. Only a short distance from Alice Springs.  more »
  • Great place to learn about indigenous art and lifestyle.
  • You can see some Aboriginal carvings up close here. No photos allowed of the carvings to respect Aboriginal wishes. Lots of information on the local culture and beliefs on the walk. It is only a short walk, about 30 minutes all up
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