After a 1920s drought forced the Petermann Ranges' indigenous community to Areyonga, their descendants embark on a pilgrimage to Uluru, rekindling ancestral stories and traditions.
Where The Dreamings Come From - Journey, Ancestry, Tradition
In the 1920s, a severe drought drove the indigenous people of the Petermann Ranges to journey 700 km in search of fertile lands, leading them to the bountiful valley of Areyonga. Today, their descendants remain deeply connected to their ancestral roots. This film chronicles the Areyonga School's pilgrimage to Uluru and Mutitjulu, where elders bequeath their Tjukurpa and ancestral dreamings to the younger generation.