According to The West Australian/Pilbara News
(Shannon Beattie, Thursday, 1 August 2019)
Murujuga National Park expanded after land rezoning
The world’s largest rock art gallery was expanded last week when a piece of land previously zoned for industrial use was incorporated into the Murujuga National Park.
The additional section of land, known as Site L, is 221ha and sits at the northern end of the Burrup Peninsula, about 35km from Karratha.
Murujuga is home to the world’s highest concentration of rock art engravings and was WA’s 100th national park and the first to be jointly managed by the State Government and an Aboriginal corporation.
However, nothing is mentioned about the impending destruction of the art or the current rush to develop more and more industry in the area.
Read associated media statement from Premier McGown and Minister for Environment Dawson: Land added to Murujuga National Park as plan to recognise ancient culture progresses