World Heritage Listing

The Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation is working in partnership with the WA Government – in particular, the WA Department of Biodiversity, Conservation, and Attractions as well as the WA Department of Planning, Lands, and Heritage – and in collaboration with the Federal Government and other stakeholders, including Woodside Energy and Rio Tinto Iron Ore, to prepare Murujuga’s World Heritage List Nomination in recognition of its outstanding universal (Aboriginal cultural) value.

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Summary

On 27 August 2018, WA Premier Mark McGowan was joined by Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation and representatives from the Traditional Custodians of the land in signing a joint Letter of Support, addressed to the Commonwealth Government, to commence the formal World Heritage Listing process.

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Fact Sheets

The WA Government has prepared a number of fact sheets which answer questions about the World Heritage Listing (WHL) process. The fact sheets address questions about how the WHL works, how it will affect tourism and development, and where the nominated boundaries will be.

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