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The A-Z of protecting the Pilbara’s world class rock art

by Madelaine Dickie in ARTS

Western Australia is moving to have rock-art rich Murujuga in its north join the Hill Forts of Rajasthan, Borobudur Temple Compounds and Persepolis on the World Heritage list — and locals are being invited to find out more. A community forum for Pilbara residents is being held in Karratha on Friday (November 16) to give people the chance to learn more about the moves to protect the rock art — the [...]

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