Traditional owners welcome return of country to Murujuga National Park

The Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation’s tourism plans for the Burrup have been given a boost, after the State Government agreed to increase the size of the Murujuga National Park through the transfer of land previously earmarked for industrial development. The government will transfer freehold title to Site L, a 221 hectare parcel of land between Conzinc Bay and the northern head of Withnell...

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MAC pursues Aboriginal tourism dream for Pilbara

The Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) is taking significant steps forward in its bold plans to share the Pilbara’s Aboriginal culture with the world and set a new benchmark for Aboriginal tourism. MAC is pursuing its ambitious plans to develop a multi-million dollar tourism precinct at Conzinc Bay, a boardwalk at Deep Gorge near Dampier and ranger-led tours of its world-famous rock...

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Public asked not to climb on rock art

The Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) has raised concerns about people climbing on the rocks at Deep Gorge in Murujuga National Park. Deep Gorge is home to one of the biggest concentrations of rock art in the world and is culturally significant to Aboriginal people. MAC Chief Executive Officer Peter Jeffries said rangers had witnessed people climbing over the rock art on several...

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