Murujuga Rock Art Strategy and Rock Art Stakeholder Reference Group

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The Western Australian Museum is a member of the Murujuga Rock Art Stakeholder Reference Group (MRASRG), which is consulted in the development and implementation of the Murujuga Rock Art Strategy. Established in 2018 by the Minister for Environment, Hon. Stephen Dawson MLC, the MRASRG comprises representatives from Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation and key government, industry and community representatives.  

Murujuga is home to one of the largest collections of Aboriginal engraved rock art in the world. The purpose of the Murujuga Rock Art Strategy is to protect this unique rock art estate by providing a long-term framework to deliver a detailed and rigorous program of monitoring, analysis and management. The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) is responsible for the implementation of the strategy in partnership with MAC, and in consultation with the MRASRG.

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