Murujuga rock art strategy

Guidance
A monitoring, analysis and decision-making framework to protect Aboriginal rock art located on Murujuga (the Dampier Archipelago and Burrup Peninsula)

This strategy outlines a long-term framework to guide the protection of the Aboriginal rock art (petroglyphs) located on Murujuga (the Dampier Archipelago and Burrup Peninsula), 1300 kilometres north of Perth, Western Australia (WA). This area of the Pilbara has one of the largest collections of rock art anywhere in the world. The petroglyphs are of immense cultural and spiritual significance to Aboriginal people, and of significant state, national and international heritage value.

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