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The Laura Sandstone Basin of Cape York Peninsula hosts one of the richest bodies of rock art in Australia and the world, documenting the life-ways of generations of Aboriginal Australians from their original settlement, through major environmental changes, to European invasion. With a team of ten researchers and multiple graduate students from six universities working alongside six Industry Partners and our two technology partners, this project is recording the spectacular cultural heritage places of Cape York Peninsula, providing a framework for sustainable management of this unique country so it endures for future generations.

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