‘Final frontier of Australian archaeology’: Drowned artefacts reveal first underwater heritage sites

The country’s first underwater archaeological site has been discovered off north-west Western Australia, showing Aboriginal people once walked hills and...

But in a fresh example of the tension between heritage and industrial values in the region, these cultural riches are perilously close to an ever…

  • Emma Young
  • WAtoday

Murujuga is the traditional name for the Dampier Archipelago and surrounds, including the Burrup Peninsula.

On Thursday, an international team of researchers, alongside Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation, announced the discovery of hundreds of stone tools including knives and…

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