Indigenous Aquaculture System Added to World Heritage List

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At the 43rd UNESCO World Heritage Committee over the weekend, the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape, which is an ancient Indigenous aquaculture system located in south-west Victoria, was inscribed onto UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

In this report, Lachlan MacPherson speaks with a Gunditjmara Elder, a Budj Bim Ranger and the Glenelg Shire Mayor about what this listing means to the community and our country.

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Tuesday, July 9 2019
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Featured in storyTyson Lovett-Murray, Gunditjmara manDaryl Rose, Gunditjmara ElderAnita Rank, Mayor, Glenelg ShireBraydon Saunders, Budj Bim Ranger
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