Birubi Point Aboriginal Place Management Plan

Birubi Point is culturally significant to the Traditional Custodians of the area known as the Worimi people of Port Stephens. The Worimi still use the area today and their history and connection to the land is demonstrated by the abundance of significant resource materials that have been collected from within and adjoining the area over thousands of years.

We all have a responsibility to safeguard this history and as a result, a large portion of this unique landscape has been sanctioned as an 'Aboriginal Place' by the NSW Government to ensure the area is protected. Today, the extensive archaeological material of Birubi Point Aboriginal Place is a site for teaching current and future generations about Worimi ancestors and local Aboriginal culture.

Port Stephens Council is developing a Management Plan for Birubi Point Aboriginal Place and is seeking the early input of residents to help inform the plan.

For more information about Aboriginal Places go to www.environment.nsw.gov.au/aboriginalplaces or refer to some of the additional material on this website.

Birubi Point is culturally significant to the Traditional Custodians of the area known as the Worimi people of Port Stephens. The Worimi still use the area today and their history and connection to the land is demonstrated by the abundance of significant resource materials that have been collected from within and adjoining the area over thousands of years.

We all have a responsibility to safeguard this history and as a result, a large portion of this unique landscape has been sanctioned as an 'Aboriginal Place' by the NSW Government to ensure the area is protected. Today, the extensive archaeological material of Birubi Point Aboriginal Place is a site for teaching current and future generations about Worimi ancestors and local Aboriginal culture.

Port Stephens Council is developing a Management Plan for Birubi Point Aboriginal Place and is seeking the early input of residents to help inform the plan.

For more information about Aboriginal Places go to www.environment.nsw.gov.au/aboriginalplaces or refer to some of the additional material on this website.