Tasmanian Heritage Council Annual Report 2021-2022

​​The Tasmanian Heritage Council has released its Annual Report for 2021-22

 Tasmanian Heritage Council Annual Report 2021-2022 (PDF 3Mb)

"Delivering the Tasmanian Heritage Council’s long-term strategic goal of providing online access to the Tasmanian Heritage Register has been a major achievement in 2021-22.
Individually and collectively, the places entered in the Register tell a story about the rich complexity of Tasmania’s history – a cultural, social, and economic resource which is now freely available to our community. From a conservation and economic perspective, the Heritage Council hopes that open access to the Register will assist in growing the community’s appreciation of the value of these places and the importance of protecting them for future generations."

Brett Torossi
Chair, Tasmanian Heritage Council

​The Report features case studies on:

  • ​Young House, Sandy Bay (THR 3431)
  • St Mary's Anglican Church, Hagley (THR 12012)
  • 258 Macquarie Street Hobart (THR 2489)
  •  Parliament Square, Hobart 

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