There are several uses of the marking stones called Djalala, including the marking of boundaries between lands and their use as signal stones to mark a sacred site. “Marker stones divide our land from other people’s land” Jack Dale. Ngarinyin land is to the East, Bunuba land is south, and Unggumi land is to the west. The Jalala are markers from the dreamtime, “People have to stick to their boundaries. If you don’t know the country, you can follow the stones to the Wandjina” Jack Dale.