Our morning began with watching the sun rise over the desert together with all the pilgrims form the other states, we recognised how profound this experience has been, and that each of us has the opportunity to be change makers in our lives back home.
The rock turned a myriad of colours in front of our eyes as we shared our hopes together.
Later that day we travelled to Kulgera and met a community of Anangu who invited us to watch them paint and we even painted with them! It was just incredible to share this experience with such humble, welcoming people who live traditionally on country upholding a culture 70,000 years old.
The men hunted a kangaroo and some of us watched them prepare it to be cooked whole, we even got to share the meat – this was good tucker!
Aunty Jenny said we are good people, and looked forward to seeing us again.