Kunjarra /The Pebbles is an Aboriginal Women’s dreaming site. This site is a friendly, miniaturized version of the Devils Marbles and has great photography potential at either sunrise or sunset.

The turnoff to Kunjarra is just past the Telegraph Station on the left travelling north from Tennant Creek. 6kms of unsealed road (usually suitable for conventional two-wheel drive vehicles) leads you to the picturesque granite outcrop. It is a sacred site known to the Waramungu people, a significant women’s dancing place for the Munga Munga Dreaming. Take your camera and admire the spectacular rock formations and experience the peaceful serenity of this beautiful site.

Interpretive signage assists visitors to understand the cultural significance. Enjoy the view but refrain from crossing the fence line. Strictly no camping permitted.


  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park 
  • Sheltered Area

There are no toilets or overnight camping. Day use area only.

Kunjarra/ The Pebbles

Parks and Reserves
Tennant Creek Barkly Region
Kunjarra/The Pebbles is an outcrop of mysterious granite boulders located 11 kilometres north of Tennant Creek. Known to the Warumungu Aboriginal people as Kunjarra, The ... show more


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