Declared Aboriginal Places

Guidelines for Developing Management Plans

The Office of Environment and Heritage has an ongoing program of assessing and recommending the declaration and gazettal of areas as Aboriginal Places throughout New South Wales.

Date
10 December 2017
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Policy, Guideline
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-92575-300-4
  • ID OEH20170708
  • File PDF 1MB
  • Pages 25
  • Name declared-aboriginal-places-management-plans-guidelines-170708.pdf

 

Declaring Aboriginal Places is a way of recognising and legally protecting Aboriginal cultural heritage. Any land in NSW that is deemed to have special significance for Aboriginal culture, including public and private land, can be declared as an Aboriginal Place.

These declarations are a conservation tool and advance the recognition, protection and understanding of Aboriginal cultural values throughout NSW.

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