Australia

UNESECO site Budj Bim to be re-explored using new technology; Madeline Hayman-Reber; SBS

Using aerial mapping, UNESCO World Heritage-listed Budj Bim cultural landscape in Victoria’s south-west is set to be revisited by experts later this month, after bushfires unearthed a new fish trap. Uncle Denis Rose from the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owner Aboriginal Corporation said the trap is a clearly constructed channel about 25 metres in length and is located 70 metres from the oldest trap, leading the group to believe it is part of the same system.

Source: UNESECO site Budj Bim to be re-explored using new technology

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