Western Australian government accused of being ‘deceitful’ for considering industrial development on site

Any plans to increase industrial development on Western Australia’s Burrup peninsula could damage the rock art and undermine efforts to secure world heritage listing, advocates have said.

The Burrup peninsula, or Murujuga, near Karratha in the north-west of the state, is home to a collection of more than 500,000 petroglyphs, making it the densest concentration of rock carvings in the world.

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