Gamburlarna hill is a prominent peak that is visible from Buminyji and Jirndawirrinha. It is a distinct feature in the landscape located near Kanjenjie station and Aboriginal people used this hill as a navigational marker when travelling through the country. Tommy Wiliguru Bamburdu, otherwise known as Blind Billy, was a poet and songmaster who turned Yindjibarndi culture and history into jawi songs, and these are still sung today.
In the distance you can see the peak of Gamburlarna and admire the panorama of the ranges from the flat country. This panoramic tour lets you see Gamburlarna from the perspective you would see it if you were there, with key features and media content embedded in the content of the place.
Berry Malcolm describes the importance of Gamburlarna hill to Yindjibarndi people and the different ceremonies once held in the region. Maban men, people with spiritual power, would visit Gamburlarna by singing their jawi. Long ago a young couple were married wrongly – according to traditional law – and ran away to hide in this hill.