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photoessay | the burrup

Three Gates Media

The Burrup Peninsula has around one million petroglyphs (rock engravings), the highest concentration of anywhere in the world.  It is a gallery of extraordinary proportions and significance to the story humanity.  It is also a place that holds its secrets close to its chest.  If you take the journey to Murujuga (translates to 'hip bone sticking out'), be sure to take a Ngarluma guide with you or you might find yourself faced with a real world Where's Wally type puzzle.   Industry is threatening this breathtakingly beautiful place and possibly most shocking of all it was recently deregistered as a heritage site.  More Information  

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