Arkaroo Rock, Southern Flinders Ranges. South Australia.
The paintings at Arkaroo Rock are found on the underside of a huge rock and were probably begun nearly 6000 years ago. They are either drawn, using dry pigments like ochre or charcoal, brushed or applied by finger using wet pigments mixed with water, animal fat or blood. Arkaroo Rock, first discovered by Europeans in 1957 has been used by the Adnyamathanha people for thousands of years.