Wata-urdli transformed his two sons into stars for being unkind and disobedient. Their clubs and the kangaroos they were hunting also became stars. He himself became the morning star on the other side of the world so that he would not have to associate with them.



  • Roberts, A.; Mountford, C.P. (1969). The dawn of time: Australian Aboriginal myths in paintings. Syndey: Angus & Robertson Ltd, p. 48.