bush fire environmental assessment code
2014728&ensp·&enspbush fire environmental assessment code conditions for hazard reduction and aboriginal heritage page 1 introduction this paper is a component of the bush fire environmental assessment code. as such a level of understanding of the code will assist in comprehending this paper particularly in regard to matters such as terminology.
there is evidence that aboriginal people have lived in
20121212&ensp·&enspthere is evidence that aboriginal people have lived in the canberra region for at least 25000 years. their cutting tools grinding stone cover photo: benjamin brilliante. smokers gap on the corin road. remains of campfires shelter is the oldest known aboriginal site in the act. it is therefore an extremely important site. to the
'the entire country is sacred': indigenous sites in the act
201644&ensp·&enspthe act government estimates there are around 3000 sites that show evidence of aboriginal habitation. many of the sites are not widely publicised for fear of attracting vandalism.
identifying aboriginal sites aboriginal heritage
aboriginal sites are classified into many different types: the dough was then kneaded and cooked to make a type of damper which was an essential part of the aboriginal diet. grinding stones / dishes and patches are commonly found in arid areas but can be found anywhere. grooves are loed on flat rock exposures close to a stream or water
technical paper 5 planning.act.gov.au
2019916&ensp·&enspumbagong grinding grooves are loed to the south of the project. no direct or indirect impacts are expected from the project. there are no heritage constraints on the proposed belconnen trunk sewer alignment. all aboriginal objects and places are protected under the act heritage act 2004. it
aboriginal heritage search department of planning lands
aboriginal heritage search. access to departmental information on aboriginal sites other heritage places and aboriginal heritage surveys is available via the aboriginal heritage inquiry
heritage (decision about provisional registration of
heritage act 2004 s32 (decision about provisional registration) s34 (notice of decision about provisional registration) and s37 (public consultation about registration of place or object) 1 name of instrument this instrument is the heritage (decision about provisional registration of umbagong district park grinding grooves latham) notice 2016.
aboriginal heritage sites in south canberra – antar act
in february 2017 a group of antar act members walked around wanniassa to see scarred trees and then went down to tuggeranong hill in theodore to see the grinding grooves there. these are reminders of how aboriginal people lived in the area for thousands of
grinding patch archives njamal
november 7 2016 njamal aboriginal heritage aboriginal heritage act 1972 grinding patch heritage wa njamal njamal heritage services njamal native title pilbara minerals pilgangoora spinifex. njamal heritage services together with heritage wa have completed a survey and detailed recording of potential aboriginal sites near to.
aboriginal sites are an important part of the heritage of
aboriginal sites are an important part of the heritage of the whole community. they are of immense cultural scientific eduional and historic interest. aboriginal heritage sites provide aboriginal people today with an important link to their present and past culture. many aboriginal sites are fragile and can easily be damaged.
experience aboriginal culture in canberra tourism australia
2019111&ensp·&enspon a 3.5hour dharwra driving tour you will visit several important loions that show abundant evidence of aboriginal occupation in the canberra area including bush food sites in red hill and "grinding grooves" in the suburb of theodore. these grooves are the result of the aboriginal practice of shaping and sharpening new stone axe heads on the rock creating oval indentations in local
aboriginal grinding grooves in the act (video
this video explores aboriginal axe grinding grooves at tuggeranong hill theodore in the australian capital territory. this area was used by aboriginal people for grinding stones into sharp edges for
aboriginal heritage and the cultural landscape of the act
20191025&ensp·&enspaboriginal heritage and the cultural landscape of the act. the act government acknowledges the ngunnawal people as traditional custodians of the canberra region and their continuing sense of responsibility to preserve the spirit and
aboriginal cultural heritage act 2003 wikipedia
2019924&ensp·&enspin proclaiming the aboriginal cultural heritage act 2003 queensland parliament intended to provide 'blanket' statutory protection to all of queensland's aboriginal cultural heritage irrespective of whether or not that heritage is known toland users.. to achieve this end parliament created a formal statutory 'duty of care' by which anyone carrying out any activity on any land (including
cultural heritage guidelines dpti
2013719&ensp·&enspan aboriginal site or object is defined by the act as an area of land or an object that is significant according to aboriginal tradition or of significance to aboriginal archaeology anthropology or history. aboriginal remains are the whole or part of the skeletal remains of an aboriginal person. under the act aboriginal tradition includes
aboriginal landcare – sactcg
other groups known to be active in the region include the walgalu gundungurra yuin and ngarigo peoples. evidence of ngunnawal activity within the southern act chment includes various axegrinding grooves (at least 80 in the tuggeranong area) campsites rock shelters rock paintings stone artefact sters and scar trees.
theodore grinding groves canberra tracks
2019108&ensp·&ensptheodore grinding groves. the theodore aboriginal artefact grinding grooves demonstrate an important aspect of past aboriginal lifestyles and technologies. here local elder wally bell explains the significance of the site and unveils a sign to edue the public. the site has exposed sandstone rock with grooves and stered stone artefacts.
aboriginal grinding stone facts greenrevolution.in
aboriginal quarries and shops at mill creek illinois jstor. aboriginal stone. in collections which represent the general areasouth western illinois and eastern . act if surface indiions only are considered as facts learned .. and used hoes hammerstones a limestone tool and grinding.
entry to the act heritage register heritage act 2004
2010810&ensp·&enspentry to the act heritage register heritage act 2004 20020. theodore aboriginal artefact grinding site section 681 blocks 34 and 5 theodore this document has been prepared by the act heritage council.
heritage (decision about registration of umbagong
the frequency of grinding groove sites in the act is low and few grinding groove sites offer the same interpretive opportunities lending further rarity to the place. not including the umbagong district park grinding grooves there are thirteen previously recorded aboriginal grinding groove