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Tracy Ireland speaking at the 2018 Australia ICOMOS AGM; photo courtesy of Bruce Dawbin

 

2018 President’s Award winner Kyra Lomas (middle) with Ian Travers (left, AICOMOS President) and Liz Vines (right, past AICOMOS President); photo courtesy of Bruce Dawbin

 

 

Executive Committee at their Feb 2019 meeting in Melbourne; photo courtesy of Bruce Dawbin

 

Prof Bruce Pascoe giving the 2019 Jim Kerr Address; photo courtesy of Bruce Dawbin

Richard Mackay speaking at the 2018 Australia ICOMOS AGM; photo courtesy of Bruce Dawbin

Tasmanian 2018 Symposia Field Trip – Government House, site of Rossbank, one of the global network of British Colonial Observatories for the study of terrestrial magnetism, and also the first weather observatory in Tasmania; photo courtesy of Katherine Huntsman
Tasmanian 2018 Symposia Field Trip, Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens conservatory – the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, established in 1844 is one of Tasmania’s earliest formal garden cultural landscapes, and also a significant science heritage site due to its plantings; photo courtesy of Katherine Huntsman
Tasmanian 2018 Symposia Field Trip – Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, morning tea and presentations by Gwenda Sheridan and Mark Fountain; photo courtesy of Katherine Huntsman
Tasmanian 2018 Symposia Field Trip – original stables at Shene. Shene makes a significant contribution to the early colonial rural landscape of the southern Bagdad Valley; photo courtesy of Katherine Huntsman
Tasmanian 2018 Symposia Field Trip – original barn and stables at Shene, Bagdad Valley; photo courtesy of Katherine Huntsman
Tasmanian 2018 Symposia Field Trip, Anglesea Barracks, Hobart – interpretation at one of the two Tasmanian sites at which the Transit of Venus was scientifically observed in 1874; photo courtesy of Anne McConnell