What happens if I have an Aboriginal site on my land?
You are lucky! The sites are hundreds and often thousands of years old and a direct link between the ancient past and the present. The sites are proof that people have lived in this area and conquered every environmental and climatic challenge thrown at them over millennia. If a site has survived on your property until now, in most cases it can be protected where it is and it won’t cause a constraint on the use of your land as a home. You can contact us for further information or the Office of Environment and Heritage.
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