Just 300 km north of Melbourne, in the state of Victoria, lie the Grampian Mountains and Arapiles Range. It is one of the most famous places for climbing in the country and is know all over the world for the quality of its sandstone. For Patrick Edlinger, climbing in this part of Australia means living in the primitive environment of his dreams: silent and in some places unexplored, a sanctuary of wild and nature life. With its unique and often strange animals, Australia represent both the last frontier and a meeting point between humanity and its remots origins. In the heart of this free nature, Patrick Edlinger tries different techniques, demonstrating his great ability and experience as a climber. The music is played as a didje ridooh, the aborigens instrument per excellence. The film is a tribute to those who were born in this place and who are the only ones that know its ancestral story.