Finding your local heritage
The share heritage of pastoral landscapes. Fascinating book that will help to resolve how to consider our country views and present it to the visitor. Shared History
Many significant properties and landscapes have been recognised by the National Trust (Australia) NSW but are not listed on the state or national heritage list. You can contact them directly for natural and built heritage listings which explain why they are significant. They can also provide advice and further information and case examples (there may be a small charge involved).
What is Cultural Heritage? Read Avrami, E; Mason , R & de la Torre, M (2000) Values and Heritage Conservation Los Angeles, Getty Conservation Institute Retrieved January 2009
NSW Heritage Office explanation of how to assess Heritage Significance
Making your attraction stimulating for visitors involves interpreting the cultural values. Here is a good guide from UNESCO to help plan and make your interpretation programme interpretation manual
Aboriginal Cultural Heritage should be interpreted with direct local community involvement. This summary from the Respect Our Culture certification outlines best practice.
See Australian Aboriginal tourism experiences around the country for inspiration of what could be introduced in your region
Heritage Conservation Link