Murajuga national park

The peninsula is a unique ecological and archaeological area since it contains the world's largest and most important collection of petroglyphs – ancient Aboriginal rock carvings some claim to date back as far as the last ice age about 10,000 years ago. The collection of standing stones here is the largest in Australia with rock art petroglyphs numbering over one million. Ancient Artwork Ancient Art Rock Art Aboriginal Aboriginal Art Western Australia Pilbara Murajuga National Park Aboriginal Rock Drawings (These are not arrows, they are kangaroo tracks)