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Murujuga Rock Art Monitoring Program releases report on first year of work
The most extensive scientific study to date to examine the impact of industrial air emissions on the rock art engravings of Muru...
Giovanni Torre 15 Dec 2023
Murujuga Rangers help create "first of its kind" qualifications in monitoring rock art
Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation Rangers are helping to create a suite of university level "micro-credentials" for monitoring th...
Giovanni Torre 15 Nov 2023
Ancient Indigenous cutting tools found off WA coast
Ancient Aboriginal artefacts likely dumped in a freshwater spring thousands of years ago have been miraculously discovered under...
Phoebe Loomes 22 Jun 2023
Murujuga's rock art, heritage and culture must be protected
In the case of Murujuga —the rock art-rich Burrup Peninsula and nearby Dampier Archipelago in northern Western Australia — you’d...
Why we are seeking World Heritage Listing for the Murujuga Cultural Landscape
Last Friday the Ngarda-Ngarli – the Traditional Owners and Custodians for Murujuga in Western Australia’s Pilbara region – celeb...
Peter Jeffries 16 Feb 2023
Murujuga: A place to be preserved for the sake of all humanity

The Murujuga Cultural Landscape in Western Australia is a remarkable place. Sitting at the tip of the Pilbara, where the bright blue ocean meets the deep red earth, it’s home to on...

Tanya Plibersek Feb 13, 2023
"Extraordinary" Murujuga Cultural Landscape nominated for World Heritage List

The Australian government has nominated Murujuga Cultural Landscape for inscription on the World Heritage List. The nomination, announced Friday, was submitted to the UNESCO World...

Giovanni Torre Feb 10, 2023
Federal government rejects bid to halt Perdaman's Burrup fertiliser plant

Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek has rejected a call to stop a $4.5 billion fertiliser plant in WA's North West over Aboriginal heritage concerns. Opponents of the p...

Giovanni Torre Aug 23, 2022
Stephen van Leeuwen relished his life exploring Murujuga. Now he is leading efforts to protect it's rock art

Botanical ecologist Stephen van Leeuwen recalls with joy his decades spent exploring Murujuga's remote sandy beaches, rock art-filled gorges and mangrove-lined bays. The Wardand...

Tom Zaunmayr Aug 23, 2022
Feds called on to halt Burrup urea plant works to allow rock art assessment

A group of Traditional Owners have called for more Federal intervention following works approval for the Perdaman urea plant on Murujuga, in WA's Pilbara region. Mardudhunera wo...

Giovanni Torre Jul 20, 2022
Gas hub opponents take fight to the United Nations, march on Murujuga

Fresh from speaking at the United Nations last week, a group of Traditional Owners led a march on Murujuga (Burrup Peninsula) on Sunday to express their opposition to further indus...

Giovanni Torre Jul 19, 2022
Young rangers find their feet as ambitions emerge on Murujuga ngurra

Working on country in one of Australia's most significant historic sites has allowed Ngarluma woman Sarah Hicks invaluable insight into her own culture, insight she now wants to sh...

Tom Zaunmayr Apr 28, 2022
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