No further sociocultural assets were nominated following the Cooper subregion asset workshops in Brisbane in October 2014, and in Charleville and Quilpie in February 2015.

In the Arckaringa subregion, the Bioregional Assessment programme has funded the South Australian Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources to research cultural values associated with water assets, including Indigenous values. Reports from this study will be available through the Bioregional Assessment website (www.bioregionalassessments.gov.au) when finalised.

For bioregional assessment purposes, no other specific gaps in the knowledge base related to sociocultural assets in the Cooper subregion have been identified.

Last updated:
10 February 2017