Rocking the art world in the Kimberley

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Arguably the longest, most impressive and complex rock art sequence anywhere in the world can be found in the remote Kimberley region of Western Australia.

Dr Kira Westaway from the Department of Environmental Sciences worked alongside researchers from the University of New England and the University of Wollongong, as well as Aboriginal Traditional Owners based in Kandiwal and Kalumburu, on the collaborative Australian Research Council project which aimed to date the art of this region.

The story has made headlines around Australia, and Dr Westaway has also been interviewed by international editions of National Geographic. Here’s what the media are saying:


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