Kakaud National Park History
Question: Using one of the following contemporary issues, explain how this issue has been a significant development in Australia's social and cultural history.
Kakadu is Australia's largest National Park, at 19,804 square kilometres. Legally it is Aboriginal land, leased to the Commonwealth Government since 1979. When experiencing the wonders of Kakadu National Park it is hard to look past the cultural and social significance it has had in Australian history. For over 40,000 years Aboriginal people have lived on that land, worked it, cared for it and remembered it as an imp…
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