Working on Country

Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers


The Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers has been developed under the Australian Government's Working on Country program as a resource for Indigenous land and sea managers who want to undertake training in cultural heritage management.

The Register lists individuals and organisations that offer formal and informal cultural heritage management training across Australia.

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PLEASE NOTE: The Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers is provided for information only. The Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities does not endorse or recommend any listed training provider on the Register or warrant that any providers are suitable or appropriately qualified. Organisations should conduct their own procurement processes before choosing or engaging a trainer. Information on the Register is as provided by the listed training providers.

Photo credits

Welcome to Country ceremony, 2010
Courtesy of Dhimurru Aboriginal Corporation Photo: Vanessa Drysdale
This photo was taken during a welcome to country ceremony taking place on Nhulun, a registered Sacred Site in the middle of the Nhulunbuy township. This site has a great deal of cultural significance for the Yolngu of East Arnhem Land as it was the site of protests against the proposition of a bauxite mine being established in the area in the 1970s. Today its history is preserved by the Dhimurru Rangers and their families and is utilised for ceremonies such as this one to welcome visitors to the Nhulunbuy area.

Please contact us if you wish to be included on the register, or if you or your organisation is included on the Register and you would like to update any details. Email: WorkingOnCountry@
network.pmc.gov.au