Latest cultural heritage News

Free transport for NAIDOC celebration
Work towards Deans Creek Precinct Structure Plan begins
Council strengthens its commitment to working with local Aboriginal community
Expressions of Interest for Armstrong Creek Library Public Art Sculpture Commission
Plibersek must choose: Rinehart or climate
$2 million boost for nature-based tourism
Indigenous women play vital role in preservation and transmission of traditional knowledge
Wadawurrung Welcome At New Portarlington Pier
Millers Point heritage at risk with Central Barangaroo development
Victorians owed full inquiry into broken planning system
Every day is different for Council Ranger
Investment in Canberra’s arts and cultural sector
Commodity price top risk for Australian mining leaders
New vision for National Wool Museum
Final design unveiled for new Woodman Point Ammo Jetty
150 Year Anniversary of Dennys Lascelles Woolstore
Revamped Welcome To Wilsons Promontory
Council’s Heritage Conservation Grants Program now open 26 July
History carved out on billiard table
Adelaide tipped to become Australia’s “next Sydney or Melbourne” for tourism
Hindmarsh Park community consultation update
Torres Strait rangers shine in statewide opportunity
Insight – Indigenous-owned businesses THRIVE in visitor economy
Tegan adds spark to Aboriginal energy role
Torres Strait rangers ready to protect natural wonders and wildlife when disaster strikes
Australia’s forest scientists call for active and adaptive forest management
Supporting Victoria’s Vibrant Multicultural Festivals
Greater risk management needed for cultural heritage
Grants to Look After Country
Minister McBain visiting Norfolk Island
Planning Delegated Committee Meeting recap
Consultation to come on Showground Aboriginal Place nomination
Showcase Awards celebrate excellence in education
Ditch social media, share it vintage style
Blue Mountains Mayor criticises cynical post-flood politics; stands in solidarity with Wollondilly and region
Osborne House project moves to final design stage
Police work with First Nations people to protect cultural heritage
Experience Clarendon Street at Open House Melbourne 2022
Australia must formally adopt UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous People
Aboriginal knowledge to help heal Country on Mount Kembla
Nation Leading Support To Protect Cultural Heritage
NSW Government declaration to protect cultural significance of Aboriginal ceremonial site
Supporting Joint Management Of Barmah National Park
Traditional custodians address UN on damage to priceless rock art by Woodside’s WA Scarborough gas project
Influential community leaders recognised
Review to consider Rangitahi/Molesworth future management
New phase of co-design process for Aboriginal cultural heritage
Aboriginal joint management of national parks to expand