Kunamata, this is my ngura (homeland). There are many different plants, animals and landforms at Kunamata. There is karu pulka (a big creek) that runs from the apu (rocky hills). Itjulu is on the other side and apu tjuta (rocky hills) are everywhere with different manta (ground) and different punu (trees). There is Ili (native fig) growing at Kunamata and underneath is Minkulpa Tjuta (lots of native tobacco). Kunamata is a very special place for my family.
The snake is panakura (desert death adder). Each day he ventures out to the cave to paint sacred designs on the cave walls, before returning home again. His home is in the sand hills close to Kunamata. Sometimes I also paint two Liru's (snakes) kunga and wati (female and male), coming from Kunamata. Along the way they hunt for mingkiri (mice) at night. In my paintings you will sometimes see the mingkiri tracks. They are going out collecting food and water and returning to their cave. The mingkiri always hide underground in their warren.
Meanwhile, during the daytime, that tjalku (bilby) was looking for tjala (honey ant) inside the tjala's nest. Walawuru (eagle) was waiting for him to appear out in the open. Eventually tjalku did so and walawuru eats him. This country where this story is, is called Ilpin. There are sand hills, rock holes and rock boulders. This country is sacred country.