National Heritage List Assessment of Mithaka Cultural Landscape


The Australian Government is currently assessing the Mithaka Cultural Landscape for inclusion in the National Heritage List.

On behalf of the Australian Government and Mithaka Aboriginal Corporation, we invite you to attend one of three consultation meetings about the National Heritage assessment, scheduled to be held in Windorah, Birdsville, and Bedourie.

The National Heritage List recognises places that are of outstanding heritage value to the nation and provides protection for those values under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999) (the EPBC Act).

An important part of the assessment process for Mithaka is consultation with the broader community.

These meetings are an opportunity for you to:

- hear from representatives from the Australian Government and Mithaka Aboriginal Corporation about why Mithaka Cultural Landscape is being considered for the National Heritage List; and

- ask questions about the process and what it means for the community.


Meetings will be hosted in the townships of Windorah, Birdsville and Bedourie with morning/afternoon tea provided.

Details below:

Consultation times









Further information on the National Heritage List is available at Australia's National Heritage List - DCCEEW. Alternatively, you can contact Clare Fealy, Senior Heritage and Policy Officer, by email at