About the Project
The project will, in accordance with the provisions pf the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, produce a Management Plan to protect the National Heritage values of the dinosaur tracks and Broome Sandstone as described in The West Kimberley place.
Separate to the Management Plan, a Traditional Owner forum is to be supported so discussions can take place about what cultural connections to the dinosaur tracks can be recognised, where, and who has the authority to speak.
Updated July 2021
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‘The Dinosaur Coast Management Plan received grant funding from the Australian Government’