The  UWA Centre for Rock Art Research + Management  (CRAR+M) has announced the Patron for the World Heritage Summit on Murujuga on Monday 6th August is the incredible Tim Winton! Author of 29 books which celebrate Western Australian landscapes and people, Tim has won the Miles Franklin Award four times and in 1997 was named a Living Treasure by the National Trust.
See Tim’s beutiful summary of the rock art in their video.

Tim Winton – patron of Murujuga World Heritage Summit

CRAR+M is excited to announce the Patron for the World Heritage Summit on Murujuga on Monday 6th August is the incredible Tim Winton! Author of 29 books which celebrate Western Australian landscapes and people, Tim has won the Miles Franklin Award four times and in 1997 was named a Living Treasure by the National Trust.This summit has been made possible with support from Rio Tinto Western Australia, Archaeology at UWA, Woodside Energy, City of Karratha, BHP Western Australia, and The Wenner-Gren Foundation in collaboration with our partners at Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation.For more information on this summit, including registration, head to http://www.socialsciences.uwa.edu.au/home/arch/SD5/_nocacheVideo credit: Susan Standen

Posted by Centre for Rock Art Research + Management on Thursday, 2 August 2018