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HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

 

HELP US TO RESEARCH AND PROTECT AUSTRALIA'S ROCK ART

Our Vision is to understand through scientific research and Aboriginal knowledge the history of human habitation in Australia.

UNCOVERING OUR HISTORY - FILM CLIP

Australian rock art is part of an ongoing culture and widely accepted as one of the world’s most enduring cultural tradition.

Rock art reflects humankind’s rich spiritual and cultural heritage and has great significance to its creators and their descendants. It also has great significance to humanity generally.

“It’s important that Indigenous knowledge and stories are not lost and continue to be shared for generations to come.”

Cissy Gore-Birch, Chair Balanggarra Aboriginal Corporation

LATEST NEWS

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Arnhem Land art ‘detectives’ helping discover who painted these priceless works

6 June 2022
ABC News published an article on Professor Joakim Goldhahn and team's ARC research project ‘Art at a…

Paddy Compass Namadbara: for the first time, we can name an artist who created bark paintings in Arnhem Land in the 1910s

16 May 2022
A great article published in the Conversation by the Rock Art Australia Ian Potter Kimberley…

Underwater cultural heritage of the maritime Silk Route to be examined

11 April 2022
  Professor Rachel Popelka-Filcoff, Rock Art Australia Minderoo Chair in Archaeological Science at The University…

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