The Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation intends to establish a new benchmark for Indigenous tourism with its planned Conzinc Bay Tourism Precinct. The precinct will include the Murujuga Living Knowledge Centre (MLKC), a campground, jetty and day-use facilities at Conzinc Bay.
Conzinc Bay is located on the western side of the Burrup Peninsula, within Murujuga National Park. This location offers an ideal combination of natural beauty and cultural richness that places it in the best position to maximise local, regional, state, interstate, and even international tourism. With planning underway for a jetty, international cruise ships will be able to dock in the bay in order to experience all that Murujuga has to offer.
Situated on the edge of Conzinc Bay, with panoramic views of the Dampier Archipelago, the MLKC will be the centrepiece of the precinct. It is envisaged that the MLKC will become a major attraction for day use visitors to Murujuga. The intended state-of-the-art facility will prove to be the ideal venue for the Traditional Custodians of the land to share their Aboriginal culture, including art, language and stories. The MLKC will also function as an information centre offering visitors the ability to book an array of experiences, including guided tours of the area.