Wallace Rockhole is a Western Aranda Aboriginal Community located 117kms west of Alice Springs along the James Range.

In 1877 the Lutheran Mission opened up Hermannsburg Mission and ran a large cattle station to support the mission and the Aboriginals up to 1983 when the station was divided in to 5 blocks and handed back to the Aranda people.

Wallace Rockhole is on the Urana Land Trust 25kms along the James Range and 40kms to the West MacDonnell Ranges. The community was founded by the Abbott family in 1973 as an outstation of the Hermannsburg Mission.

We invite visitors to come and experience our culture; learn about bush tucker and bush medicine, see ancient rock art, take a tour, see breathtaking scenery along with native animals and much much more.

You can even set up camp or enjoy the cabins at Wallace Rockhole and take day trips to see the West MacDonnell Ranges, Hermannsburg and Palm Valley.

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Store / Fuel

Wallace Rockhole Tourist Park has a small store available for food and souviners. The store is open 7 days a week.

The local shire sells both diesel and unleaded fuel Monday to Friday during business hours.

Location

Quick Contact

Phone: (08) 8956 7993 (within Australia)
Phone: 61 8 8956 7993 (outside Australia)

Email: info@wallacerockholetours.com.au