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Tasmanian Heritage Register Notifications

The Tasmanian Heritage Council gives notice that it has permanently registered new, and amended existing, entries in the Tasmanian Heritage Register.
(8/1/2020)


Treasury Complex's Heritage Values Recognised

The Tasmanian Heritage Council has initiated a process to better define the historic cultural heritage values of Hobart’s iconic Treasury Complex.
(7/1/2020)


A Beauty Not Surpassed

In 1804 William Collins led a party of Europeans by boat into the South Esk. His written account of ‘the beauty of the scene … probably not surpassed in the world’, is the earliest known record of European activity at the Cataract Gorge.
(7/1/2020)


Annual Report Released

The Tasmanian Heritage Council's Annual Report now available online.
(28/11/2019)


Oura Oura Permanently Registered

This simple weatherboard house perched beneath Drys Bluff has been permanently entered in the Tasmanian Heritage Register.
(7/11/2019)


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