A one-day Heritage for Local Government event, hosted by the City of Perth, brought 65 staff from 20 localities together on Wednesday, 18 November.
As the hosting venue, the City of Perth showcased its Moorditj Bridyas (Solid Bosses) exhibition on the ground floor of Council House which celebrates the life and work of our Aboriginal Elders.
The City also presented on the Kuraree Heart of Perth project, which brought together a diverse range of community projects, exhibitions and stories to celebrate the Perth Town Hall 150th Anniversary earlier this year.
The day finished with a visit through Stirling Gardens as Perth’s oldest public garden established in 1845.
Attendees brought their own best practice examples, learned about new heritage legislations, and shared current projects.
The event was one of several workshops being held by the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage to discuss changes to the WA’s new Heritage Act 2018 and the significant overhaul of WA’s Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972.
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