40th Anniversary of the Burra Charter

Join the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Australia ICOMOS Burra Charter on Tuesday 8 October 2019.

A Fatal First Crushing

In 1878 Government Surveyor Charles Sprent's spruiking of 'beds of iron conglomerate something resembling the famous “brown face" of Mount Bishcoff' in Tasmania's Mount Heemskirk region led to a rush to exploit the untapped potential of the region.

Heritage Act Amendments Passed

Amendments to the Historic Cultural Heritage Act 1995 have passed through the Legislative Council.

Expressions of Interest Sought

Expressions of interest are being sought from people with expertise in building surveying, engineering or history to fill a vacancy on the Tasmanian Heritage Council.

CH Smith Conserved

The redevelopment of five heritage buildings that make up Launceston's CH Smith complex has saved one of the city's earliest buildings and two of its great industrial streetscapes.

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