Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage
Cultural heritage laws in Queensland
Land users must comply with laws that protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage.
Cultural heritage duty of care
Land users have a duty of care in areas where Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage is located.
Cultural heritage database and register
Contains maps, images, reports and other documents regarding cultural heritage sites in Queensland.
Cultural heritage management plans
A CHMP is an agreement between a land user (sponsor) and Traditional Owners (endorsed party).
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander statutory parties
People, families and groups who should be involved in the assessment and management of cultural heritage.
Cultural heritage bodies
Cultural heritage bodies identify Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander parties for an area and are the contacts for cultural heritage matters.
Guidelines for the discovery, handling and management of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander human remains.
Cultural heritage studies
Areas that have been subject to cultural heritage studies are recorded in the cultural heritage database and register.
Designated landscape areas
List of designated landscape areas (DLAs) in Queensland.
Compliance and enforcement
Stop orders and penalties may be issued if you do not take reasonable steps to protect the cultural heritage of an area.