Songlines Project 2012-2015 Alive with the Dreaming! Songlines of the Western Desert Extent Heritage is a partner of an Australian Research Council (ARC) linkage project led by the Australian National University and a range of other Indigenous and government partners. The aim of the project is to map, investigate, and record for future generations the […]
Saving The Burrup – Traditional owners, lawyers, scientists and MPs in WA are united in opposition to changes to laws redefining what constitutes a sacred site. Watch this interesting and thought provoking episode of “Living Black” in which Extent Heritage’s Heritage Advisor, Tom Sapienza, adds another voice to the story. http://www.sbs.com.au/ondemand/video/633090627869/Living-Black-Ep2-Saving-Burrup
About Eveleigh Stories Eveleigh Stories was developed in response to community interest in the history of the area and tells people’s stories in the context of the whole Eveleigh Railway Workshops precinct and the broader locality. The first stories focus on ATP as part of the former Eveleigh Railway Workshops and we hope this will grow […]
Singapore has one world heritage site – the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It was enscribed last year in 2015 under criterion ii & iv. Some people are surprised to learn that botanic gardens are listed as ‘cultural’ sites, but of course they are a cultural creation. Find out more about the values of this place at […]
Highly recommend a stop off at Deen Maar if you are heading down the great ocean road. Stunning coastal landscape and the site of the first Indigenous Protected Area declared in Victoria. Site of the Eumerella Wars in 1842, archaeologically significant and well preserved coastal middens and important stories connected with the great creator Bunjil. […]
In January 2016 AHMS and Futurepast Heritage merged to form Extent Heritage. EXTENT offers the most comprehensive range of built heritage, archaeology and Aboriginal heritage services available within the Australian and Asia Pacific region.