Wednesday, 14 April 2021
Most of the Buster shipwreck became exposed in early April 2021 after extensive flooding and storms scoured the foreshore of the Woolgoolga region. This is not something you see every day! Naturally the exposed wreck attracted a lot of public and media interest. Learn more about the exposed Buster and how members of the public can help protect it.
Tuesday, 16 February 2021
One of Inverell Shire's oldest buildings, the original station store at Kings Plains has been restored to its former glory thanks to a heritage grant.
Friday, 18 December 2020
After eighty-one years of standing proudly in Orwell Street, the landmark Kings Cross theatre, the Metro/Minerva, is finally on the State Heritage Register.
Monday, 9 November 2020
Tim Smith OAM, Director Operations at Heritage NSW dives into this compelling national wartime story with ABC Conversations’ Richard Fidler.
Lest We Forget
Tuesday, 20 October 2020
An Australian survey showing how heritage — collections, buildings, archaeological sites, cultural traditions and other intangible traces of the past — matters in different ways to different people.
Friday, 4 September 2020
The Mount Gilead Estate sits on 150 hectares of land south of Campbelltown and has been gazetted by the state government after its significance to both colonial and Indigenous history was highlighted in 2016.
Friday, 4 September 2020
This historic Mount Gilead Estate was officially added to the State Heritage Register this week. The property, located along Appin Road at Gilead, south of Rosemeadow, has a considerable Indigenous and colonial significance.
The Conversation: Why heritage protection is about how people use places not just their their architecture and history.
Thursday, 9 July 2020
It's people that make some places important.
Newcastle Herald: Heritage Council of NSW approves planned restoration of Newcastle's Victoria Theatre
Wednesday, 8 July 2020
The Heritage Council of NSW has given its approval to the planned restoration of Newcastle's Victoria Theatre.
Monday, 29 June 2020
Heritage NSW's role in shipwreck management and protecting war graves at sea in NSW.
ABC online: NSW Government recognises site of Mount Dispersion's 'bloody and vicious' massacre of Aboriginal people.
Wednesday, 3 June 2020
It was the site of a bloody massacre where a party of surveyors scouting the lower Murray River fired on a group of Aboriginal people, continuing to shoot as they swam across the water in fear.