The country depicted in this painting is associated with Marlu (Kangaroo) Tjukurrpa. During the Tjukurrpa, Willithi the marlu, died at this place, his guts spilled out over the country. Today Willithi can be seen in the stone formations of the country, shady muntalla trees surround the waterhole and an abundance of mangarri (bush foods) can be found nearby. This is the country where Jane Gimme’s mother, Eubena Nampitjin, grew up and she says it was a good place to live. Jane’s mother passed many stories to her daughters, which Jane continues to paint.