Aboriginal Fish Traps at Oyster Harbour, King George Sound
The traps were built by the Menang Nyoongar people at Oyster Harbour an estimated 6500-7000 years ago. At the request of local traditional owners, archaeologists carried out a series of minor excavations of the fish traps between 2000 and 2006 to date them. See here for an early account by European settlers.
The WA Government Department of Aboriginal Affairs indicates the fishtraps are generally in a good state of preservation and are an important and significant site on the Western Australian coastline. See here for an account of the management and site interpretation boardwalk, shelter and signage, opened in May 2015.