The first step is to learn whose traditional land you are on and contact them and pay your respect as a friendly neighbour to the area. You can find more information on whose land you’re moving to on Terrains Natural Resource Plan for People and Country along with a lot more interesting information to help you get familiar and feel more at home.
We consider it a privilege to live in the Wet Tropics World Heritage and all World Heritage sites are considered globally significant, meaning World Heritage Areas belong to everyone. Their conservation and protection are considered important for current and future generations.
In 1988, Australian and international experts assessed the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area as being of outstanding universal value, meeting all four natural heritage criteria for World Heritage Listing. www.wettropics.gov.au/world-heritage-listing