Local heritage workshop
CAIRNS Regional Council and the Department of Environment and Resource Management will host a cultural heritage workshop in Mossman next Thursday.
The free community workshop open to everyone will detail “what is” cultural heritage and will include both indigenous and non-indigenous cultural heritage issues.
It will cover why places are special, the significance of places, nomination processes, approvals for works to Queensland heritage-listed places and duty of care.
The workshop, supported by the Douglas Shire Historical Society, will also provide an overview of why places need to be preserved for present and future generations outline what it means to own a Queensland heritage-registered place. It will be held at the council’s Mossman office foyer next Thursday, November 25,.
For further details contact the council’s Mossman office on 4099 9409.
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