Portraits of New South Wales

This publication was commissioned by the Heritage Council of NSW to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Heritage Act 1977. Portraits of New South Wales celebrates and highlights the diverse heritage of NSW by telling the stories behind a selection of items on the State Heritage Register.

Date
4 May 2018
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Heritage publications
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-92575-350-9
  • ID OEH20180185
  • File PDF 9MB
  • Pages 72
  • Name portraits-of-nsw-180185.pdf

 

Portraits of New South Wales provides a glimpse into the history of New South Wales presented through the places that we value and want to keep.

Some items listed on the register are government owned properties — important items of heritage including courthouses, railway stations, iconic buildings such as the Sydney Opera House and national park landscapes.

Other items are the result of community nominations and campaigns and, in some cases, community discoveries. The M24 Japanese mini submarine, for example, was discovered by divers in waters off Newport Beach, Sydney.

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