Fresh stoush looms over Burrup rock art

The Koori Mail


Traditional owners of Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula are gearing up for a fight with a company proposing to quarry the land underlying the area’s renowned Aboriginal rock carvings.

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The peninsula in WA’s Pilbara region contains an estimated one million rock carvings, known as petroglyphs, with some dating back to the last ice age.

The Guardian has republished my Koori Mail story. Must be time to get interviewed by Andrew Bolt, or published in Quadrant.