Climate change challenge to ancient sites

From ancient sites in Eastern Europe and North America to the Philippines, Australia’s oldest Indigenous rock art and “drowning islands” in the Pacific, climate change is […]

When rock art meets machine learning

Rock art of human figures created over thousands of years in Arnhem Land has been put through a transformative machine learning study to analyse style changes […]

Arnhem Land archaeology looks out to sea

On the coast of Arnhem Land, in the hills above Anuru Bay, an extraordinary record of Indigenous rock art shows a cavalcade of sea-going vessels, from European 19th century square-riggers and Indonesian fishing boats through to merchant ships of the Second World War.