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Murujuga, the Aboriginal traditional name for the Dampier Archipelago and surrounds, including the Burrup Peninsula, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. (DHSC Project)

Archaeology and the Deep History of Sea Country

The Deep History of Sea Country project confirmed Australia’s first ancient underwater archaeological sites, located on the seabed off the Murujuga coastline in north-western Australia. Hear Associate Professor Dr Jonathan Benjamin detail this discovery and how it challenges current approaches to protecting Indigenous underwater cultural heritage in Australia and its implications for South Australia. Timed for the eve of National Reconciliation Week (27 May-3 June), this public lecture will follow AMaGA SA Branch’s Annual General Meeting (5.30pm start). Bookings essential.

Presented by Australian Museums & Galleries Association (SA Branch)


Wed 26 May, 6.15pm (approx. 60 mins)


Ira Raymond Rm, Barr Smith Library, University of Adelaide, North Tce, Adelaide



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Pauline Cockrill, 0436 421 360,


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