Industrial Adaptive Reuse wins Launceston Awards

The 2019 Launceston City Council Heritage Awards has showcased contemporary additions to residences, the restoration of a theatre to its art deco heyday, through to the adaptive reuse of a large and complex industrial site.

Oatlands Centre for Heritage Rebuilds

As part of a reinvigoration of the Centre for Heritage Training School, one of Oatlands' earliest surviving building has been restored and converted for use as office and training rooms.

Exploring the History of The Barracks

Over a four year period, the Australian National University has been conducting a Historic Archaeology Field School at ‘The Barracks’, Triabunna, to help better understand the history of the site.

Waddamana Re-opens After the Fires

The Waddamana Power Station Heritage Site has re-opened to the public having survived Tasmania’s relentless summer fires.

Celebrating Rural Landscapes

April 18 is the International Day on Monuments and Sites. This year's theme is rural landscapes and we celebrate Tasmanian landscape artist John Glover.

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