Snapshot Abstracts

Snapshots are short 8 minute presentations on individual sites and specific issues. They will be lively presentations providing a different focus to the more academic papers presented in the Breakout Sessions.

Abstracts

Abstracts for snap-shots to be presented are available below.

Historic Towns

Noni BOYD
Heat and Dust: Designing Public Buildings for Outback NSW

Sinclair CROFT
Management of Heritage Assets Owned by Bathurst Regional Council

Suzie EDWARDS
Please don’t send me home – photographs of Portland, the town that built Sydney

Keith McALLISTER
The Wilcannia Stone Conservation Program

Ruth SANDOW
Milparinka: A Community Conservation Project

Balvinder SINGH and Gunjan DHIMAN
Future of Indian Historic Towns: Need for Integrated Planning and Management

Dr Anna WONG
‘At the Creek’: Heritage, Place Making & Community Identity in Regional Queensland


Industrial Heritage

Paul BALASSONE
Restoring a tank – a pathway to heritage integration

Sarah Jane BRAZIL
Bringing the Past Forward

Koko KATO
Mitsubishi Shipyard, privately owned active shipyard

Michele SUMMERTON
Exhibiting Industry and Art: The BHP Epergne

Robert VINCENT
Robert Carl Sticht – ‘A unique contribution to Tasmania’s West Coast’

Martin ZWEEP
The Murtoa Grain Store


Remote Pastoralism

Kate CLARK
Built for the Bush: the green architecture of rural Australia

Andrew LADLAY
Rural Heritage Places in Queensland – Issues effecting their conservation

Jane LENNON
Abandonment – losing the physical traces of pastoralism

Jean RICE
Yanga, From Pastoral Station to National Park

Ian STUART
The Coolemon Run: A remote Pastoral Run in the Alps

Richard TAYLOR
Built for the Bush: the green architecture of rural Australia

Paulette WALLACE
Remote Pastoralism in Central Wellington: New Zealand’s Maximum Security Animal Quarantine Station on Matiu/Somes Island