Cultural heritage

Century understands and acknowledges that Indigenous people of the Lower Gulf region, in which its mining, processing and Port facilities are located, have a special connection to their land.

We have protocols and procedures to respect and support cultural heritage and sites of significance.

We ensure that:

  • Sites of cultural significance are protected and managed;
  • Cultural heritage is considered prior to ground disturbance works;
  • Our operations comply with commitments and conditions described in  the Gulf Communities Agreement (GCA), a Native Title agreement between Century, the Queensland Government and four Traditional Owner groups of the Lower Gulf.

Century employs Cultural Monitors to conduct cultural clearances before the commencement of new ground disturbing work on areas associated with its operations.

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