Aboriginal People live according to Cultural Values. These values are complex and underpin individuals’ ways of being and doing. Council’s values are firmly embedded in our Cultural Heritage, Traditions, history and communities.
These values underpin the policies and guidelines that Council develops to guide both its work and the work of all in the community supporting Traditional Owners. Council has a responsibility under the Act to publish these policies and guidelines.
Use of a Due Diligence Approach to Assessment of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage
Recommendations for RAPs and LGAs on the use of the Due Diligence approach, as a means to assess the requirement for a Cultural Heritage Management Plan
Registered Aboriginal Parties and fieldwork under Stage 3 COVID-19 restrictions
Guideline for RAPS, heritage advisors and sponsors to the circumstances in which CHMP or cultural heritage permit fieldwork can proceed under Stage 3 COVID-19.
Registration of multiple RAPs for a single area
Registration of multiple RAPs for a single area policy for RAP Applicants
Policy on suspending, revoking or imposing conditions on the registration of a RAP
Sections 154A and 157 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 give the Council the power to impose a condition upon, suspend, or revoke the registration of a Registered Aboriginal Party.
Complaints against Registered Aboriginal Parties
A formal mechanism for people to bring to Council’s attention their complaints about the manner in which a RAP discharges its functions under the Act.
Variations to Registrations of Aboriginal Parties
Understanding section 155 of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006.
Reviewed 07 June 2021