Oura Oura Permanently Registered

This simple weatherboard house perched beneath Drys Bluff has been permanently entered in the Tasmanian Heritage Register.

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, and gives notice of removal of an entry from the Register.

Terrace Transformation

Remarkable things can happen when you are not looking to renovate a heritage-listed property, including multiple awards and the pride associated with being part of something “amazingly rewarding".

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.

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