Restoring her name: The witness of Mahrahkah and the survival of a nation. By Felicity McCallum. ABC Religion & Ethics, 24 May 2019.
Bolton Street Newcastle N.S.W.
Archaeological Report 28-30 Bolton Street Newcastle NSW FINAL September 2018 Prepared by Unwelt (Australia) Pty Ltd (22.1 MB PDF File) Courtesy of Tim Adams, Project Manager.
Toronto Hotel, Toronto N.S.W.
NewSpace, Corner of Hunter and Auckland Streets, Newcastle N.S.W.
Final Archaeological Report – ‘NeW Space’ Development Corner of Hunter and Auckland Streets, Newcastle NSW. Volume 1 (March 2018). By Jaki Baloh, Kelly Strickland, Ivana Vetta and Melissa Kennedy. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group for University of Newcastle. (18.9 MB PDf File)
Final Archaeological Report – ‘NeW Space’ Development Corner of Hunter and Auckland Streets, Newcastle NSW. Volume 2 (March 2018). By Jaki Baloh, Kelly Strickland, Ivana Vetta and Melissa Kennedy. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group for University of Newcastle.(15.2 MB PDF File)
Final Archaeological Report – ‘NeW Space’ Development Corner of Hunter and Auckland Streets, Newcastle NSW. Volume 3 (March 2018). By Melissa Kennedy and Alex Thorn. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group for University of Newcastle. (2.7 MB PDF File)
Excavations (Archaeology) — New South Wales — Newcastle
Newcastle Mental Health site
Hardy, Ann ; Cushing, Nancy A sensory history of the Newcastle Asylum for Imbeciles and Idiots, 1871-1900. Journal of Australian Colonial History Vol. 19, Issue 2017, p. 139-160
Aboriginal Final Excavation Report – NeW Space Development – Corner of Auckland and Hunter Sts Newcastle MSW (Newcastle LGA). Benjamin Streat & Yolanda Pavincich Archaeological Management & Consulting Group & Streat Archaeological Services for University of Newcastle May 2017. (15.3 MB PDF File)
Excavations (Archaeology) — New South Wales — Newcastle
Bathers Way Shortland Esplanade
Bathers way Shortland Esplanade: Results of Archaeological Monitoring. Final. March 2016. (25.7MB PDF File). Prepared by Umwelt (Australia) Pty Limited on behalf of The City of Newcastle.
Tocal Conservation Management Plan 2015
NSW Heritage Council Cover Letter
Tocal Conservation and Management Plan Volume 1: Report
Tocal Conservation and Management Plan Volume 2: Attachments to Report
Tocal Conservation and Management Plan Volume 3 Part 1: Inventory Sheets
Tocal Conservation and Management Plan Volume 3 Part 2: Tocal Homestead Precinct
Hardy, Ann . Newcastle Coal Mining & Government Mines – 1796 – 1820s (For Engineers Aust. National Conference, 2014)
Archaeological Assessment and Exception Notification. Bathers Way Dixon Park to Bar Beach Merewether. [Prepared by] Kelly Strickland and Martin Carney. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for City of Newcastle. January 2014. (14.7 MB PDf File)
Final Archaeological Report. Bathers Way – Stage 1 Dixon Park to Bar Beach Merewether, Newcastle NSW. [Prepared by] Kevin Hickson, Benjamin Streat and Martin Carney. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for City of Newcastle. December 2014. (9.7 MB PDf File)
Cathedral Rest Park, Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle NSW
Final Archaeological Report Cathedral Rest Park 73 King Street, Newcastle NSW. Park Infrastructure and Landscaping Works. [Prepared by] Kevin Hickson, Kelly Strickland and Martin Carney. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for City of Newcastle April 2014. (16.9 MB PDf File)
Dungog. New South Wales.
Williams, Michael. A History in Three Rivers – Dungog Shire Heritage Study Thematic History. August 2014. (2.1MB PDF File) [Courtesy of Michael Williams]
Mt Thorley Operations (Aboriginal Heritage Related – Bulga Bora Ground)
Nelsons Plains NSW
Heritage Assessment 30-31 Nobles Road, Nelsons Plains NSW. [Prepared by] John Carr, Martin Carney, and Kelly Strickland. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for NSW Public Works June 2014. (9.3 MB PDf File)
Shortland Esplanade Newcastle 2014
9 Watt Street Newcastle, former Tattersals Club Site
Dr Ann Hardy and Gionni Di Gravio. Archaeological Site Visit. April 2014. http://hunterlivinghistories.com/2014/04/08/9wattst-tattersalls/
11-15 Watt Street Newcastle
Interim Archaeological Test Excavation Report Permit Application s140 Heritage Act NSW – 1977. Research Design & Excavation Methodology 11-15 Watt Street Newcastle NSW [Prepared by] Ivana Vetta, Kelly Strickland and Martin Carney, Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for MBK Holdings Pty Ltd June 2014. (11.3 MB PDf File)
National Nomination for Newcastle.
Star Hotel, 569-573 Hunter Street Newcastle West NSW 2300
Macquarie Pier (a.k.a. Nobbys Breakwater), Newcastle
Archival Recording – Newcastle Resignalling Works 2013.
Newcastle Signalling Upgrades, Main Northern Rail Line, NSW Archival Recording. FINAL. September 2013 (203MB PDF File). Prepared for Sydney Trains. Prepared by FUTUREPAST Heritage Consulting Pty Ltd Suite 302 Valhalla Studios. 166 Glebe Point Road, Glebe NSW 2037. (203 MB PDF File)
Elladale – Historic Homestead – Mayfield, NSW
Hunter Estates – Homesteads of the Hunter Region
Cathedral Rest Park, Christ Church cathedral Newcastle NSW
Archaeological Component Permit Application. S60 Heritage Act NSW – 1977. Research Design, Excavation Methodology & Heritage Impact Statement. Cathedral Rest Park 73 King Street, Newcastle NSW. Park Infrastructure and Landscaping Works. [Prepared by] Jaki Baloh and Martin Carney. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for Newcastle City Council. November 2012. (11.9 MB PDf File)
Kirkwood House, James Fletcher Hospital, 15 Church Street, Newcastle.
Kevin Hickson, Ivana Vetta and Martin Carney. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd for NSW Department of Commerce Newcastle & Hunter -New England Health.
Australian Convict Sites and the Heritage of Adaption: The Case of Newcastle’s Coal River Heritage Precinct.
Version of record first published 20 September 2012. Download here: Australian Convict Sites and the Heritage of Adaptation: The Case of Newcastle’s Coal River Heritage Precinct
David Andrew Roberts & Erik Eklund (2012): Australian Convict Sites and the Heritage of Adaptation: The Case of Newcastle’s Coal River Heritage Precinct, Australian Historical Studies, 43:3, 363-380
To link to this article: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1031461X.2012.706620
Fanny’s Nightclub (formerly Argyle House) 311 Wharf Road, Newcastle.
Former Australian Agricultural Company Head Office Argyle House Newcastle. Statement of Heritage Impact (1.2 MB PDF File). Proposed alterations at Fanny’s Nightclub, 311 Wharf Road, Newcastle. September 2012. Prepared by Elizabeth Evans. Revised by Stephen Booker. carste Studio Pty Ltd. Architects and Heritage Consultants.
The Gunpowder Tunnels within Nobbys
Sir Thomas Mitchell’s Fieldbooks
Chisholm, Tim. Sir Thomas Mitchell’s Field Notes and Sketches (2011) Sir Thomas Mitchell’s Field Notes and Sketches: An in depth analysis of Sir Thomas Mitchell’s field notes and sketches from an 1828 survey of the harbor and surrounds of Newcastle, NSW, using modern adjustment methods to estimate the accuracy of his survey and instrument(s). [Final Year Project – Discipline of Civil, Surveying & Environmental Engineering] [18.4 MB PDF]
Lieutenant John Shortland 1797 European Discovery of Newcastle.
Nobbys Island. What was its original true height?
Fryer, Prof. John and Rigby, Russell. Reshaping Nobbys Version 2 (3.7MB PDF File) Powerpoint Presentation
Bellevue Hotel, 738 Hunter Street, Newcastle.
Statement of Heritage Impact. Proposed Change of Use and Tenacy Fitout former Bellevue Hotel, 738 Hunter Street Newcastle. November 2011. (912 KB PDF File) Prepared by Stephen Booker. carste Studio Pty Ltd. Architects and Heritage Consultants.
Claremont House. Newcomen Street Newcastle.
Dungog. New South Wales.
Williams, Michael. Ah, Dungog. A brief survey of its charming houses and historic buildings by Michael Williams. Dungog Historical Society, August 2011. (63.4MB PDF File)
[Courtesy of Michael Williams]
Newcastle’s Convict Settlement
Walsh, Dr Brian. Was Newcastle the Colony’s first place of secondary punishment?
Macquarie Pier Exhibition 2010
Motyka, Danylo (Designer) Quest for Macquarie Pier Commemorative Booklet (Web Edition) 6.4 MB PDF
Archaeological Assessment: 111 Scott Street and 1-3 Bolton Street Newcastle, NSW
Permit Application s140 Heritage Act NSW – 1977. Archaeological Assessment, Research Design, & Heritage Impact Statement. 111 Scott St and 1-3 Bolton St Newcastle, NSW (9.2 MB PDF File). [Prepared by] Natalie Blake and Martin Carney, Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for Pacific Lifestyle Resorts February 2010. (9.2 MB PDf File)
Sir Thomas Mitchell 1828 Newcastle Survey Report – Full Report and Summary
Towers, Chris and Sumner, Troy. Sir Thomas Mitchell’s Angular Observations and Field-Note Sketches of Newcastle. [12.6 MB PDF file] [29 October 2009.]
Towers, Chris. Summary of Report: Sir Thomas Mitchell’s Angular Observations and Field-Note Sketches of Newcastle [896KB PDF File] Full Report and Summary prepared by Chris Towers and Troy Sumner of the University of Newcastle’s Discipline of Civil, Surveying & Environmental Engineering for the Coal River Working Party.
National Nomination for Newcastle (Mark II)
Hardy, Ann et al. National Nomination for the ‘Coal River (Mulubinba) Cultural Landscape’ (962KB PDF File) and related Appendix A (1.53MB PDF File) Appendix B (541KB PDF File) Appendix C (7.25MB PDF File) Appendix D (1.79MB PDF File)
[This Nomination was prepared by Ann Hardy and her international team including Amir Rezapour Mogadam (Conservator), Dene Hawken (Awabakal Descendent), Doug Lithgow (President, Park and Playgrounds Movement Inc), Roslyn Kerr (Geologist), Barbara Heaton (Newcastle City Council) and Gionni Di Gravio (University Archivist and Chair) for the Coal River Working Party and sent to the Nominations Division of the Commonwealth Department of Environment, Heritage and the Arts on February 3rd 2009.]
Aboriginal Life in Newcastle’s West End in 1825
Di Gravio, Gionni. Notes on Threlkeld’s First Year in Newcastle 1825
11-15 Watt Street and 68 Hunter Street Newcastle NSW
Permit Application. S140 Heritage Act NSW – 1977. Archaeological Assessment, Research Design, Excavation Methodology & Heritage Impact Statement. 11-15 Watt Street and 68 Hunter Street Newcastle NSW. [Prepared by] Ivana Vetta, Natalie Blake and Martin Carney. Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for Aleksander Design Group Pty Ltd On Behalf of CL Construct Pty Ltd. May 2009. (7 MB PDf File)
1801 Survey Mission to Coal River
Fryer, Emeritus Professor John. Where Did Ensign Barrallier camp in 1801? A Report for the Coal River Working Party. [28 February 2008]
Reverend Threlkeld’s First Mission House
Fryer, Emeritus Professor John. Where was Reverend Threlkeld’s First Mission House at Belmont? A Report prepared for Mr Doug Lithgow, A Freeman of the City of Newcastle. (764 KB PDF) [28 February 2008]
The Pizzey Report. Coal River Conservation and Cultural Tourism Plan
Tillegra Dam Aboriginal Archaeology
Hardy, Vanessa. Tillegra Dam Aboriginal Archaeology Environmental Assessment Report by Vanessa Hardy. August 2008. Report prepared for Connell Wagner and Hunter Water Corporation. [56MB PDF]
Archaeological Assessment: Pilot Station, Wharf Road Newcastle.
Component documentation of Section 60 of Heritage Act (1977) Application. Archaeological Assessment. Newcastle Port Corporation Pilot Station Wharf Road Newcastle. (33.6 MB PDF File). [Prepared by] Ivana Vetta, Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ltd. (AMAC Archaeological) for Coffey Projects on Behalf of Newcastle Port Corporation. November 2008.
Lower Hunter Estates Development. Minmi.
Catylis and Coal & Allied Lower Hunter Estates Development Heritage Impact Assessment Minmi Link Road. November 2008. (4.9MB PDF File) Environmental Resources Management Australia. Prymont NSW 2009.
Seven Seas Hotel, North Carrington
Kingfisher Park Estate Fletcher – Aboriginal Heritage Management Plan
Proposed Newcastle Foundation Monument
Martin, Charles. Newcastle Foundation Monument Pacific Park N.S.W. Report (6.6MB PDF). A proposal prepared for the Parks and Playgrounds Movement Inc. by Charles Martin B (Arch). This project made possible by a provision of grant from the NSW Heritage Office and the resources of the Coal River Working Party website. Newcastle Council resolved on the 6 November 2007 (Councillors McKenzie/M Osborne) to adopt the proposal for the erection of the Newcastle Foundation Monument for the Sesquicentenary.
National Nomination for Newcastle (Mark I)
Eklund, Dr Erik. National Heritage Nomination for Coal River and Convict Lumber Yard [Download] The Coal River Working party has proudly completed and submitted its National Heritage Nomination for the Coal River Precinct and Convict Lumber Yard. Thanks to everyone who contributed. The National Heritage List is a record of places in Australia that have outstanding natural, Indigenous or historic heritage values for the nation. These places they are protected by federal law under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. We believe Newcastle is deserving of such recognition on a National level. Regardless of the outcome of the process, we should be very pleased this material has been brought together into what is a powerful statement about Newcastle and heritage. Please find attached the final version of the National Heritage Nomination which we mailed today. [27 April 2007]
Sharon Grierson MP Newcastle. Federal Member for Newcastle. Coal River National Heritage Listing [PDF] [External Link – Newcastle Electorate: Coal River Heritage Park Nomination] The Coal River Working Party warmly thanks Sharon Grierson MP, Federal Member for Newcastle for her support for the National Heritage Nomination for Coal River. On the 14 August 2007 a summary of the case for Nomination was read into Commonwealth Parliamentary Hansard in the House of Representatives. Please click the above links to read her speech to Parliament. [14 August 2007]
The DRAFT Pizzey Plan
Pizzey, Boyce. [Pizzey Report] Draft Conservation and Cultural Tourism Plan Coal River Precinct Prepared for Newcastle City Council. Coal River Precinct Conservation and Cultural Tourism Management Plan – Working Paper Interpretation 4 – This is a draft of the management plan for the Coal River Precinct also known as the Pizzey Report which contains some inspiring ideas for interpretation such as a light cannon sculpture for an evening display.
Aboriginal Sacred Places – The Petrified Forest
The 3D Virtual Hunter Project
Chandler, J., Bryan, P. & Fryer, J. (2007). The Development and Application of a Simple Methodology for Recording Rock Art using Consume-Grade Digital Cameras. The Photogrammetric Record 22 (117): 10-21 (March 2007)
Fort Scratchely History
Kerrigan, Dr Susan. Fort Scratchley Website. Dr Susan Kerrigan has developed a very comprehensive website on the history of Fort Scratchley including seven virtual tours showcasing Fort Scratchley’s military, maritime, coal mining and theatrical history and includes stories from traditional land owners, the Awabakal people. The timeline provides access to more than 150 images, 80 documents and newspaper articles, and more than 60 video clips. Congratulations Susan! [7 August 2007]
Wilson, John & Widgery, Alex. Coal River Surveying Students win Excellence in Surveying Awards. Download the Fort Scratchley DTM and Coal River Working Party Report (7.4 MB) by John Wilson and Alex Widgery. [29 September 2007]
Google Earth and Coal River Click here to download the latest Coal River Timescape Google Earth addon downloaded here. (coalriver2.kmz) 7.7MB created by Gionni Di Gravio. (Make sure that the file extension is .kmz as some browsers default it to .zip). The original Google Earth Addon was created by Robert McLardy and Gionni Di Gravio. It contains overlays and links to historical documents, maps plans of early Newcastle illustrating th work of the Coal River Working Party. You will need a good computer, broadband connection and a copy of Google Earth software which can be Check out the Google Earth Community page.
22 Bolton Street, Newcastle
Report of Monitoring Bulk Excavation: The Archaeology of 22 Bolton Street, Newcastle. March 2006. Prepared by Umwelt. (9.6Mb PDF File)
Report of Monitoring Bulk Excavation: The Archaeology of 22 Bolton Street, Newcastle. March 2006. Appendix 5 (13.2MB PDF File)
Report of Monitoring Bulk Excavation: The Archaeology of 22 Bolton Street, Newcastle. March 2006. Appendix 6 (217KB PDF File)
Report of Monitoring Bulk Excavation: The Archaeology of 22 Bolton Street, Newcastle. March 2006. Appendix 10 (35.6MB PDF File)
New Frederick Ash Building – Heritage Assessment Review
37 Bolton Street Newcastle – Construction Methodology Guidelines
Barrallier Plan 1801
10th August 2006. Barrallier’s ‘Lost’ Map Found. A translation of a letter from Francis Barrallier to Governor King has inadvertently solved a ‘mystery’ relating to a map recently located by Doug Lithgow on a microcard (BT36 Image 0072) in the Mitchell Library. We believe it to be the same map that Barrallier made for King, and that the Historical Records of New South Wales editor believed was ‘lost’. See a rough photocopy scan of it here. Barrallier says, “I have the honour to send you via the schooner [a map of] the entrance to the river, and some of the adjacent parts, which I have drawn up since we arrived, with the relevant depths, rocks, sandbanks and its various coal mines that have been discovered to date.” This is exciting stuff! We have written to the Original Materials Branch at the Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW to ascertain where the original is held, it could mean another hunt through the records in London. Emeritus Professor Ken Dutton kindly translated Francis Barrallier’s 24 June 1801 letter (in French) to Governor King entitled ‘Ensign Barrallier to Governor King’ (King Papers.), H.R.N.S.W., Vol.IV, pp.413-414. The transcription and translation is located on the Coal River website in the historical documents section here.
15th August 2006. Coal River on Google Earth. Click here to download the latest Coal River Timescape Google Earth addon (4.85MB) created by Gionni Di Gravio. The original Google Earth Addon was created by Robert McLardy and Gionni Di Gravio and launched on the 15th August 2006. It contains overlays and links to historical documents, maps plans of early Newcastle illustrating th work of the Coal River Working Party. You will need a good computer, broadband connection and a copy of Google Earth software which can be downloaded here.
Monteath & Powys Award
3rd October 2006. Monteath & Powys Pty Ltd win Excellence Award. Monteath and Powys Pty Ltd, the Coal River Working Party’s surveyors have won the People and Community section of the 2006 NSW Awards for Excellence in Surveying and Spatial Information for their work in locating and rediscovery of Newcastle’s historic convict coal mines located under Fort Scratchley. Congratulations on this award. The Coal River Working Party also wishes to express our appreciation to the contribution of Extra Dimension Solutions Pty Ltd in the provision of their Software System known as 12D Model. This company is a supplier to Monteath & Powys P/L & have offerred the use of a loan copy for a student project modelling of the Coal River site to complete their degree qualification.
Government House (Newcastle)
Hardy, Ann. ‘Government House’ site from an analysis of historical maps and artworks from 1804 to 1885 . (6.24MB PDF). A dissertation presented as part of the requirements for the award of the degree of Graduate Diploma in Applied Heritage Studies, within the Faculty of the Built Environment, Art & Design. Curtin University of Technology, 2006.
Newcastle as Historic Performance Place
Schaefer, Kerrie, and David Watt. “Nobbys, Newcastle, Place, History, Heritage, Identity and Performance.” In Unstable Ground: Performance and the Politics of Place, edited by Gay McAuley. Brussels: P.I.E Peter Lang, 2006.
Hardy, Ann. John Rae’s Newcastle “A Timepiece of History” (244KB PDF) Please note: The reader of these documents should be aware that further copying and use of images from collections of the State Library of New South Wales, National Library of Australia and the Newcastle Region Art Gallery, should not be done without reference to the particular institution from where they come. Images in this document that belong to the collection of the State Library of New South Wales should not be used or copied without reference to the Library Council of New South Wales, via the Mitchell Library.The Coal River Working Party thanks Ann Hardy for allowing us to publish her research papers on the Coal River Website.
The Convict Coal Mines of Newcastle
Eklund, Dr Erik. “In Search of the Lost Coal Mines of Newcastle” . Paper presented by Dr Erik Eklund on the 1st April 2005, University of Newcastle, McMullin Building, Room MCLG44, 4pm Coal River Working Party [ University of Newcastle]. Official University Press Release: “Drilling into the Past” [23 September 2005]
Cook, Bob. Search for 1804 Convict Coal Mines – Coal River Working Party September 2005 : A Film by Bob Cook
Oriental Hotel, Young & Cowper Streets, Carrington, NSW.
Carrington Pump House
Convict Coal Mines of Newcastle (1801, 1804)
Coffey Geosciences Pty Ltd. Investigation of Convict Coal Mine Workings Beneath Colliers’ Point, Newcastle East Results of Drilling Investigation. Report by Coffey Geosciences Pty Ltd November 2005 [3.30MB PDF Download]
Aboriginal Heritage in Newcastle
Convict Coal Mines Reports
Coal River Working Party [ University of Newcastle]. Official University Press Release: “Coal River Working Party Finds First Mines” [27th February 2004]
Coal River Working Party [ University of Newcastle]. Official University Press Release: “Uncovering First Coal Mines Continues” [9th March 2004]
Coffey Geosciences Pty Ltd. Report of Geophysical Testing for Drilling Targets. Prepared by Coffey Geosciences Pty Ltd. (307 KB PDF) [12th March 2004]
Monteath & Powys Pty Ltd Consulting Surveyors & Planners. Investigation of Convict Workings – Fort Scratchley including Report on Surveying Procedures [75 KB PDF] and Plan of Marked Locations of 1804 Coal Mine Drifts Fort Scratchley, Newcastle [163 KB JPG] by Monteath & Powys Pty Ltd Consulting Surveyors & Planners.
Bill Jordan & Associates Pty Ltd Chartered Civil & Structural Engineer and Heritage Consultants. Opinion on Structural Stability of Fort Scratchley Revetments 22nd March 2004 [103 KB PDF] [22 March 2004]
Coal River Working Party [ University of Newcastle]. Official University Press Release: “Coal River Open Day – Tours To First Mine Sites” [26th March 2004]
[30th March 2004] Mr Kerry Hickey, Mr John Turner, Mr Bryce Gaudry. ‘Newcastle Coal Heritage: Matter of Public Importance’, NSW, Hansard, Legislative Council, 30th March 2004, p. 7708. [HTML]
[2 June 2004] P. Forsythe, ‘The Newcastle Bicentenary’, NSW, Hansard, Legislative Council, 2 June 2004, p. 9373. [HTML]
[31 July – 1 August 2004] Fort Scratchley: 31 Jul – 1 Aug 12-4pm Sat 10am-4pm Sun Promotional Flyer [ 84 KB PDF ]
Official University Press Release: :”Coal Mines Confirmed As First In Southern Hemisphere” [20 August 2004]
Official University Press Release: “Expect the Unexpected!” [6 October 2004]
Official University Press Release: “Digitised Coal Mine Map Online” [2 December 2004]
Aboriginal Middens Birubi Point
Dyall, L. K. The Aboriginal Middens at Birubi: An account of surface collections (1964-1977) on the Aboriginal site at Birubi, near Port Stephens, New South Wales, and its subsequent excavations in 1978 and 1979. [5.38MB PDF] [Read Only Online Version Courtesy of Len Dyall]
3D Movie Representation of the Baiame Cave.
El-Hakim, S., Picard, M., & Fryer, J. (2004). Modelling and Visualisation of Aboriginal Rock Art in The Baiame Cave. Powerpoint Presentation. (11.7 MB ppt file) (Contains embedded 3D Movie Representation of Baiame Cave).
El-Hakim, S., Fryer, J. et al (2004). Aboriginal Rock Art in the Baiame Cave. (57 MB wmv file) 3D Movie Representation of the Baiame Cave.
For the theoretical background realting to the ditigal capture of such imagery please see the paper by Sabry El-Hakim (2006) and Chandler et al (2007 below. These illustrative ground breaking 3D innovative materials have been kindly provided with permission from Emeritus Professor John Fryer.
El-Hakim, S. (2006). A Sequential Approach to Capture Fine Geometric Details from Images. IAPRS Volume XXXVI, Part 5, Dresden 25-27 September 2006. (6.74 MB PDF)
Chandler, J., Bryan, P. & Fryer, J. (2007). The Development and Application of a Simple Methodology for Recording Rock Art using Consume-Grade Digital Cameras. The Photogrammetric Record 22 (117): 10-21 (March 2007)
Art Deco Newcastle
Original Site Visit – Proposed Coal River Heritage Precinct, Newcastle (March 2003)
Coal River Working Party [ University of Newcastle]. Site visit by Newcastle University Coal River Working Party on 3rd March 2003. [Nobbys Coal River Precinct]
Nobbys Coal River Workshop (April 2003)
Agenda for Parks and Playgrounds Nobbys Coal River Workshop on the 5th April 2003, Newcastle Regional Museum at 1PM [pdf]
Response to Newcastle East End Tourism Strategy (June 2003)
Eklund, Dr Erik. Submission in Response to the Newcastle East End (Draft) Tourism Strategy 6 June 2003 : Prepared By Dr Erik Eklund on behalf of the University of Newcastle Coal River Working Party [101 PDF] [6 June 2003]
Nobbys Coal River Workshop Report
Nobbys Coal River Historic Precinct Workshop: Prelude to a Masterplan Report 2003 [503KB pdf ]
Coal River Brochure (2003)
Coal River Working Party [ University of Newcastle]. Coal River Brochure 2003 [414KB PDF ]
Coal River Precinct Listing on NSW Heriage Register (2003)
Coal River Precinct listing in the State Heritage Register (Gazetted on the 19th December 2003)
Glenrock Lagoon Cultural landscape
Glenrock Lagoon Cultural landscape Conservation management and Cultural Tourism Plan. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. Volume 1 – Main Report Chapters 1-6 Assessment of Significance. January 2003. (6.3 MB PDF)
Legacy House, formerly Dangar Chambers, Bolton Street Newcastle N.S.W.
Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ptd. Archaeological Assessment, Research Design & Excavation Methodology Legacy House formerly Dangar Chambers 45 Bolton Street Newcastle NSW. September 2003 (12.2 MB PDF)
Dillin Goldingham Allotments, 73-77 King Street Newcastle N.S.W.
Archaeological Management & Consulting Group Pty Ptd. Archaeological Assessment, Research Design & Excavation Methodology Portions of Dillin Goldingham Allotments, 73-77 King Street Newcastle NSW. November 2003 (39.4 MB PDF)
Star Hotel, Newcastle
Surf City, Newcastle (formerly Newcastle Tattersall’s Club, 9 Watt Street Newcastle)
Bora Ground, Bulga NSW.
Parkway Avenue, Hamilton South.
Heritage Assessment Report for Parkway Avenue Hamilton South. Prepared for Newcastle City Council by Colin Brady Architecture + Planning in association with Mayne-Wilson & Associates Conservation landscape Architects. December 2002. (6.5 MB PDF)
Coal River Tourism
Hunter, Cynthia. Coal River Tourism Project: Coal River historic site stage 1 prepared by Cynthia Hunter. [Newcastle, NSW] : Coal River Tourism Project, 2001 [547 KB PDF ]
The Boardwalk, Newcastle
700 Hunter Street, Newcastle – Archaeological Test Excavations
Prospectus: Australia’s Convict and Industrial Heritage vibrantly presented in a scenic, tourist and recreational setting at Newcastle’s Coal River Historic Site. Prepared by the Parks and Playgrounds Movement Inc. for the Rt Worshipful Councillor John Tate Lord Mayor of the City of Newcastle NSW. 20 October, 1999. [2.36 MB PDF file ]
The Former Wickham School of Arts Building. Draft Conservation Management Plan 1999 .[14.1 MB PDF file ]
Weakleys Drive Beresfield
Newcastle City Wide Heritage Study 1996-1997 (4 Vols)
Aboriginal Archaeological Assessment – Lenaghans Drive and John Renshaw Drive, Beresfield
An Aboriginal Archaeological Assessment of a Newcastle City Council Property at the Corner of Lenaghans Drive and John Renshaw Drive, Beresfield, Lower Hunter Valley, NSW. By Peter J. Kuskie South East Archaeology. November 1997. (6.6 MB PDF)
Steelriver (formerly the ‘New’ Murray Dwyer Orphanage Site) Mayfield West.
An Assessment of the Historical and Archaeological Values of BHP Land at Tourle St., Newcastle. Prepared for BHP Newcastle by Bonhomme Craib & Associates Archaeological Heritage Consultants and Sue Rosen Pty Ltd Historian and Heritage Consultant. February 1996. (4.3MB PDF)
The Pearson Report Convict Sites
Pearson, Michael & Marshall, Duncan.Study of World Heritage Values Convict Places by Michael Pearson and Duncan Marshall. 20 December 1995 (with additions 7 May 1996) (9Mb PDF file)
Honeysuckle Point Locomotive Turntable Excavation Report
Historical Archeological Study and Plan of Management Teralba Cemetery Precinct 10, Teralba NSW. Prepared by Siobhan Lavelle, Historical Archaeologist in association with Dr John Turner Hunter History Consultants for Landcom and Sinclair Knight. FINAL REPORT December 1994. (7.7MB PDF)
Newcastle Old Town
Newcastle Concerned Citizens Committee. Newcastle Old Town, part of Australia’s national heritage: a community vision and strategy. Newcastle West, N.S.W. : The Committee, 1992. [2.21MB PDF ]
Boatmen’s Row, Newcastle
Dangar’s Plan of Newcastle Newcomen Street
Carrington Chambers and George Hotel Site, Scott Street Newcastle.
Proposed Historic Park and Open Air Museum Newcastle
Citizen’s Foreshore Committee. Proposed Historic Park and Open Air Museum Newcastle, N.S.W. Newcastle, N.S.W. , 1989. [2.79 MB PDF ]
Newcastle Foreshore Landscape and Urban Design Competition
Hunter River Estuary: Hunter 2000
National Trust: Hunter 2000 Report – 1972
Newcastle East: Hunter 2000
Historic Site – Newcastle East Proposal