Aboriginal cultural heritage reforms: public consultation on the proposed new legal framework has been extended.
The NSW Government is reforming the way Aboriginal cultural heritage is conserved and managed in New South Wales and is seeking your feedback to help refine the proposed new system. Information sessions were held in 19 locations around New South Wales to help you learn about what is being proposed. If you were unable to attend an information session, you can view the presentations given at these sessions by watching the webinar at the Videos’ section of OEH’s website.
These will be followed by workshops in early 2018 for you to discuss issues and provide feedback.
Please note that the original workshop dates are being rescheduled to early 2018. You can register your interest to attend a workshop here and we will contact you once the dates and venues for the workshops are confirmed.
If you have already registered, we will contact you via email or SMS once dates are confirmed.
Marcia Ella Consulting (MEC) has been engaged by the NSW Government to design and facilitate the public information sessions. MEC is also responsible for managing the registration of participants at these sessions.
Further information on the public consultation including consultation material and how to provide feedback is available on the Office of Environment and Heritage webpage.