This huge sandstone pillar known as Chambers Pillar (the Aboriginal name
is ‘Itirkawara’), is the prominent rocky feature that towers over 50
metres above the surrounding plains, providing an obvious landmark for the early
pioneers traversing the landscape through this region.
At sunrise and sunset,
the Pillar glows like a burning ember as the rays of the sun strike its
From the lookout, you gaze across the flat arid landscape all around, with
flat top mesas in the distance.