11A Illyawunta.
Don, as Custodian of Wangkangurru country, looks after the artifacts, which we took one day to photograph on the clay pans and sand dunes of the region. This image of an illyawunta (stone knife), used for killing animals, is photographed at our camping spot across a state border into South Australia. Because the Wangkangurru lived in the sand hills, they did not have access to stone tools and so they used the pituri plant to trade, an aphrodisiac and drug useful for walking long distances.