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Aboriginal heritage on the west coast of Tasmania

Posted on Jan 20, 2016 by in Video |

Certain heritage areas in Tasmania, Western Australia, are well known around the world. In the past, one of the areas has been threatened by vehicle tracks, because of which these tracks have been closed down. 21000 ha on the West coast of Australia has been classified as heritage in the National Heritage register. It is called as the Western Tasmania Aboriginal Cultural landscape, the details of which are shown in this video. Parts of Western Tasmania have several indications of the existence of the aborigines. The story of the landscape can also help in highlighting the roots of the aborigines. We must take care to preserve this area.