Western Australia´s Burrup Peninsula is the world's largest outdoor rock engraving site,
containing rock art of world importance possibly dating back to before the last ice age,
possibly as old as 30,000 years ago, including the earliest representation of the human face.
The Western Australian Government is still planning to turn part of this site into a natural
gas production and processing facility against the wishes of some of the site`s Aboriginal
custodians and the scientific community.