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Advice to Visitor Information Centres, Visitors and Tourists December 2020

  • 2020 December 15

Budj Bim Cultural Landscape Over thousands of years, the Gunditjmara traditionally engineered the lava flow and wetlands to build one of the world’s oldest freshwater aquaculture system to farm and harvest short-finned eels (kooyang) and other fish. The Gunditjmara built stone villages to settle alongside the aquaculture systems. The Budj …

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Budj Bim Cultural Landscape honoured with Commemorative Stamp

  • 2020 November 02

Australia Post has released a set of Commemorative Stamps featuring four of Australia's World Heritage Listed sites. There are 20 Australian properties on the World Heritage List. 12 of them are recognised for their natural significance, four for their cultural value, and four that combine natural significance with cultural value. …

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GMTOAC Invites Tourism Operators

  • 2019 September 21

Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation (GMTOAC) is keen to identify interested tourism operators with the commitment and capacity to immerse visitors in a cultural experience at Victoria’s newest Aboriginal tourism location, the World Heritage listed Budj Bim Cultural Landscape. Inscribed on the World Heritage list for its Outstanding Universal …

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Budj Bim Cultural Landscape added to UNESCO World Heritage list

  • 2019 July 06

The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape near Portland, Victoria, was today added to the UNESCO World Heritage list for its 'Outstanding Universal Value'. The Budj Bim Cultural Landscape is located in the traditional Country of the Gunditjmara Aboriginal people in south-eastern Australia. The three serial components of the property contain one …

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