No-one is suggesting that Aboriginal peoples cannot have exclusive access to art sites, and important cultural sites (to the exclusion of recreational pursuits); and to be honest, throwing the white privilege thing at us constantly is insulting, given that most climbers are highly respectful of traditional groups and aboriginal heritage, as you can see by the comments.
Climbers ARE concerned about being removed from entire areas where no conflict occurs at all.
Regarding the individual sites, the question about the "Gallery" (given Parks Vic knows it as a popular climbing destination, and is not anywhere near artworks) was whether Aboriginal Victoria has actually requested this site to be closed, or whether someone at PV (whom is known to be waging a personal war with climbers) has decided it banned for other reasons.
"Gondwanaland" appears to be mistaken identity (of course it may not be), given it's a blank vertical wall 30mins walk uphill from a known (and caged) art site. If someone at PV has just looked at map, and crossed out the nearest climbing area, it is not doing it's job of protecting actual cultural sites.
Again, in case someone wants to bash me with it...
Climbers are respectful of heritage sites, and are going to be respectful of bans to individual crags where conflict with aboriginal heritage has been identified, but the process so far has been woeful.