Andrew Cavill is a 5th Year Architecture student at the University of Newcastle that has chosen to design an interpretative centre for the Coal River Heritage Precinct as his final year project.
The eagerly anticipated National Trust Heritage Festival kicks off this week with the Interpretations Exhibition at the Lockup. For the latest information check out the Hunter Regional Trust Committee blog: http://nationaltrust-hunternewcastleregion.blogspot.com/ Facebook Event page: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/event.php?eid=67551780431&ref=mf The listing of events are as follows: Friday 3 – 19 April INTERPRETATIONS: Art Exhibition Local artists were invited to … More Our Place in Space – Under the Southern Cross
Newcastle on the Edge – Panoramic Visions of Newcastle on the Coquun Hunter River is an outdoor exhibition of seven (7) panoramas of Mulumbinba – Newcastle dating from the 1812 to the present. The University of Newcastle will mark History Week with a stunning outdoor exhibition depicting the cultural transformation of the Newcastle Port to … More Invitation to Newcastle on the Edge Open Air Exhibition
Newcastle Herald Article 24 April 2008 p.7
Exhibition of Draft Coal River Precinct Conservation and Cultural Tourism Management Plan. Newcastle City Council is inviting comments on the draft Coal River Precinct Conservation and Cultural Tourism Management Plan (2.95Mb pdf). See final version (3MB) unanimously adopted by Newcastle City Council in 2008: Pizzey, Boyce. [Pizzey Report] Coal River Conservation and Cultural Tourism Management … More Coal River Precinct Conservation and Cultural Tourism Management Plan
Our Coal River Precinct Walk brochures that have been produced in association with the NSW Heritage Office will be launched this Friday 4 April @ 7pm You can either pick up one from the Visitor’s Centre, Lock up Museum and other tourist and historical establishments across the region or download a copy here: Coal River … More Coal River Precinct Walk Launch