On the 23 June 2011 a successful motion and order for papers by Greens MP David Shoebridge passed in the NSW Upper House. The Coal River Working Party were invited to view those papers on the 17 July 2011, and a delegation consisting of ten members traveled to the NSW Parliament to view them and … More Aboriginal Heritage Recommendations
One of our final year Master of Architecture students Mr Andrew Cavill has, for the past year, been working on a design for an iconic interpretation, discovery and learning centre at the Coal River Heritage Precinct in Newcastle East. ‘The Midden’, as it has been called, officially went on Exhibition this week. On behalf of … More ‘The Midden’ is Launched
Over the past couple of weeks, we have reviewed all the activities in which we are involved, and have taken to opportunity to refine our Mission objectives, goals and the necessary actions needed to achieve them. Please have a look at our Goals page by clicking on the tab on the blog’s header or located … More Coal River Working Party reviews Goal and Objectives
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.
A National Nomination for the Coal River (Mulubinba) Cultural Landscape 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 … More National Nomination Mark II