Understanding Cultural Landscapes
The Australia ICOMOS National Scientific Committee (NSC) on Cultural Landscapes and Cultural Routes was formed in 2010. Rachel Jackson and Kirsty Altenburg are the current convenors of the NSC. Rachel is a member of the ISC on Cultural Landscapes and Kirsty is a member of the ISC on Cultural Routes.
The NSC produced a flyer on Understanding Cultural Landscapes – click on the links below.
- Understanding Cultural Landscapes – Flyer 5.1 For Print
- Understanding Cultural Landscapes – Flyer 5.1 Low Res
The purpose of the ISCCL is to promote world-wide cooperation in the identification, increased awareness, study, education and training for protection, preservation, restoration, monitoring, and management of cultural landscapes. The ISCCL collaborates and works with the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and with the UNESCO (in regard to World Heritage).
International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)
Cultural Landscapes: A practical guide for park management, State of NSW and Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water NSW, October 2010
The publication was prepared for protected area managers to guide them in the implementation of a ‘cultural landscape approach’. The approach draws on the Australia ICOMOS Burra Charter approach and NSW heritage system. The method described in the publication can be applied to any cultural landscape study.