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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.
(24/5/2019)


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.
(23/5/2019)


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.
(21/5/2019)


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.
(9/5/2019)


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.
(24/4/2019)


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