The walk will introduce you to a number of the native plants that grow in the rocky hill habitat of the region.

Many of these plants have evolved to tolerate drought. Some, known as ‘resurrection plants’ do so by dying back and regenerating from rootstock or tubers once rain falls again.

Please make sure you take water with you, have appropriate footwear for the rocky path and supervise children. There is a sign at the top of the hill outlining the importance of this site to the Arrernte people.

We ask visitors to keep to the path and respect this important cultural site.

This walk is self-guided, 40 minutes return.