Registrations Open: Phase 2 of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2021 co-design process

Posted: June 30th, 2022

The State Government’s intended co-design process in relation to the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Act 2021 (WA) (ACH Act) is moving into the second phase, giving stakeholders the opportunity to provide feedback throughout Western Australia.

This process will involve consultations regarding the creation of the regulations, statutory guidelines and operational policies associated with the ACH Act, which are yet to be developed.

The consultation workshops will take place throughout the Mid-West and Pilbara during July and August.

Based on feedback received during Phase 1, several of the workshops will be for Aboriginal participants only with workshops open to the general public held the following day.

YMAC strongly encourages those who have an interest in this important issue to get directly involved in the State Government’s process. You can find out more, including how to register for one of their upcoming workshops, here.

Alternatively, you can contact the Department of Planning, Lands, and Heritage directly by emailing