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Sacred sites watchdog AAPA rejects Parks Australia’s bid to drop Gunlom Falls court case

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Indigenous custodians of Kakadu National Park have accused Parks Australia of using “dirty tactics” in asking for court action relating to alleged sacred site offences to be dropped.

Parks Australia, which jointly manages the park with traditional owners, is currently facing charges related to the allegedly unauthorised construction of a walking track near the popular Gunlom Falls infinity pool.

The Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority…



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