Latest cultural heritage News

Winners Named At 2024 Heritage Awards
UN experts deeply concerned over ‘scholasticide’ in Gaza
Site Works Ramping Up At Burdekin Falls Dam
Deep Rock Pavilion Gets Revamp
Fermented foods sustain both microbiomes and cultural heritage
Gunnar Bjursell awarded for his research on the importance of culture
Cook Government to deliver $67 million for forest conservation
Cattle Property In Landmark Protection Acquisition
Creative Elements At Ballarat Heritage Festival
New Riverside Park To Form Key Greenline Project Link
ANSTO’s international development activities captured in Australian Development Corporation Performance Report 2022-2023
Bidgee Bidgee Bridge In Rosehill Officially Opens
Protecting Aboriginal Heritage Across Victoria
NT Greens Call On NT Representatives To Save Lee Point
Yinhawangka People and Rio Tinto partner to co-design ‘Living Cultures Program’
$4.9m project completed with marae reopening
Feast For Senses In East Gippsland This Winter
Lost City walking track approaches halfway point, April start date for Gardens of Stone Multi-Day walk construction
Point Plomer Precinct Revitalisation Project
New Management Plan For Local National Parks
Explore Hidden Histories Of Boorloo This April
Sleep Under Stars At Point Nepean National Park
Long list of water projects highlights Orange’s long term water security
Why kretek – ‘no ordinary cigarette’ – thrives in Indonesia
Carinity Students Shine Bright With Cultural Showcase
Cultural Burn In Kosciuszko National Park
Political leaders, cultural figures and Elders urge Tanya Plibersek to reject approval for largest part of Woodside’s Burrup Hub expansion
New Plan Of Management For Local National Parks
Snowline survey reveals continued shrinkage of NZ glaciers
Interim Orders Issued To Protect City’s Heritage
Inspirational Leaders Inducted To Aboriginal Honour Roll
Customer Is Always Right When It Comes To Water Pricing
Edward River Council And Yarkuwa – Harmony Day
City of Greater Geelong Supports First Nations Cultural Heritage Projects with Grant Funding
What Remains Of Performance When Curtain Goes Down?
Signs Around Ocean Grove Signal Upcoming Footpath Works
Creative Spotlight | Darren Charlwood
Creative Spotlight | Darren C
ARENA Backs First Nations Hydrogen Ambitions
Better Planning To Protect Melbourne’s Green Wedges
Closure of Horizontal Falls Tours to Cost Jobs and Visitors
New online tool to simplify development controls in Newcastle
Labor’s financial mismanagement threatens world heritage site
Greens link passage of EV laws to Labor’s gas fast-track bill
Indigenous Interpretive Garden Project Breaks Ground
QUT’s cutting-edge extended reality hub on show at World Science Festival
Portland offshore wind zone declared by Federal Government
Next Step In Murujuga World Heritage Nomination