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Aboriginal groups support calls for a national standard on heritage protection



The loss of Aboriginal siginficant and sacred sites across the continent has prompted calls for stronger cultural heritage protections and a national standard to keep the locations preserved.

In regional Victoria, the Eastern Maar and Djab Wurrung people have been devastated over harm to a 1500 year-old stone arrangement at Lake Bolac over Easter. 

In South Australia, mining activities have threatened Lake Torres, another well known culturally significant Aboriginal site. 


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