Wimmera River cultural heritage study

a report to Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative, Horsham
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Archaeological Consulting Services , Buronga, N.S.W
Historic sites -- Australia -- Wimmera River Region (Vic.) -- Collection and preservation, Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Wimmera River Region (Vic.), Archaeology -- Australia -- Wimmera River Region (Vic.), Cultural property -- Protection -- Australia -- Wimmera River Region (Vic.), Wimmera River Region (Vic.) -- Antiqu


Wimmera River Region (Vic.), Aust

Statementby Archaeological Consulting Services.
ContributionsGoolum Goolum Aboriginal Co-operative (Horsham, Vic.)
LC ClassificationsDU230.W488 A73 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3994639M
LC Control Number2001334591

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In this paper we explore the relationship between regional distributions of surface archaeological remains and long term andscape features in the semi-arid southern Wimmera region of Victoria.

We conclude that both point and linear water sources. This book mostly contains contributions by the invited lecturers at the 7th International Conference on Non-Destructive Testing and Micro-Analysis for the Diagnostics and Conservation of the Cultural and Environmental Heritage.

The contributors have all been chosen for their individual reputations and the quality of their research, but also because they represent a field deemed highly important.

Stage one of Horsham’s Heritage Study has been released all pages of it. and the cultural heritage significance of these individual places and precincts will inform decisions on future heritage planning controls.

Wimmera River (6) Witchipool (1) Wonnangatta (1) Woomelang (2) World War 2 (7) World War I (8) Yaapeet (2). Archaeological Consulting Services, ‘The Wimmera River Cultural Heritage Study. Stage II: The Middle Wimmera Basin’ (Melbourne: Report prepared for Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Cooperative, ), Cited by: 1.

cultural heritage management archaeology with systematic sampling at a regional scale. BACKGROUND The south-west Wimmera Project was conducted among the sand plains west and north of the Glenelg River (Figure 1).

The region has little permanent surface water and Wimmera River cultural heritage study book climate is 0 km 50 Glenelg River annon River mmera River rriambiack Creek D a r.

The Upper Wimmera catchment includes the northern section of the Pyrenees Ranges that contain Wimmera River cultural heritage study book headwaters of the major tributaries to the Wimmera River catchment. The upper catchment is important for town water supply and for supporting high environmental values including native fish, platypus and macro invertebrate communities.

A limited heritage study was undertaken by Andrew Ward inresulting in the entering of the Victorian Heritage Register or places and items of pre-contact Aboriginal cultural heritage are not included in the Stage 1 study.

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title claim by traditional owners of lands along the Wimmera River. This case study illustrates the application of the Victoria’s Framework of Historical Themes to a complex cultural and historical landscape, by drawing on seven storylines associated with the formation of the Lake Boga landscape, the former Mission, the emergence of pastoral and agricultural development and Lake Boga Township.

Lord Charteris of Amisfield, ‘The Work of the National Heritage Memorial Fund’., 75–88, –5; idem. George P. Marsh, Address delivered before the Agricultural Society of Rutland County, 30 SeptemberRutland, VT, ; idem, Man and Nature. Wiener, English Culture and the Decline of the Industrial Spirit, –, 44–70., 54– The Wimmera River, an inland intermittent river of the Wimmera catchment, is located in the Grampians and Wimmera regions of the Australian state of in the Pyrenees, on the northern slopes of the Great Dividing Range, the Wimmera River flows generally north by west and drains in Lake Hindmarsh and Lake Albacutya, a series of ephemeral lakes that, whilst they do not directly.

This case study also Lake Boga, Social and Cultural Heritage Landscape 54 Victoria’s Framework of Historical Themes. The formation of the natural environment Lake Boga is in the Murray River Basin of north-west Victoria and is part of the series established at Ebenezer on the Wimmera River and at Ramahyuck near Sale in Gippsland.

River and Wimmera Rivers (and tributaries) which flow towards the Wimmera Basin, a catchment area that covers 15% of the state to the north of the Study Area. The Wimmera-Mallee Pipeline is a significant infrastructure project in this region. By enabling a more efficient use of water in farming and irrigation, the.

Sharing culture at Barengi Djul (Wimmera River) video. ABC’s ‘This Place’ project invites Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to create a short video about a place name, and the story behind it. The Wimmera River is known as Barengi Djul in Wergaia language spoken by the Wotjobaluk people.

Melbourne Rare Book Week commenced in as a partnership between ANZAAB, the University of Melbourne and 8 other literary institutions. Inover 44 free events were held at libraries, literary and historical societies and bookshops throughout Melbourne, attracting.

Jeparit Bridge crosses the Wimmera River near Lake Hindmarsh, outside the town. The area is flat, sparsely treed and relatively empty. ASSESSMENT AGAINST CRITERIA: Importance to the course, or pattern, of Victoria's cultural history.

Possession of uncommon, rare or endangered aspects of Victoria's cultural. up and down the Wimmera River – the site houses many native plants that grew along the river’s edge for food, tools and shelter.

Indigenous participation The community acknowledges that land is fundamental to Indigenous cultural heritage and wellbeing. The Wimmera NRM community is committed to exploring opportunities to. Victorian Heritage Database place details - 13/3/ Wimmera River Rail Bridge rare or endangered aspects of Victoria's cultural history The Wimmera River railway bridge is the last timber railway bridge to survive intact over the Wimmera River, Heritage Study.

The Moravian-run Ebenezer Aboriginal Mission at Antwerp near Lake Hindmarsh in the Wimmera region of Victoria, which ran from until its closure inhas been the focus of intensive historical and archaeological research in the past decade.

Recent studies. • The Rivers and Streams Special Investigation - Final Recommendations (LCC a), which were accepted by Government in Octoberinclude a recommendation for the creation of a Victorian Heritage River corridor on the Wimmera River from Polkemmet. The Rivers and Heritage initiative proposes to support the process of cultural development of rivers and to contribute to the protection and the management of river sites.

While rivers around the world undergo a new phase of development with significant and controversial impacts, there is a renewed interest in the river as a common good. RURAL ARARAT HERITAGE STUDY – VOLUME 4 THEMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY III HISTORY IN THE MAKING Transforming and managing the land 35 Grazing and raising livestock 35 Farming 37 Horticulture 37 Agriculture 39 Gold mining 42 Early discoveries 42 Quartz reef mining 44 Deep lead mining 45 Cement gravels mining Impementation/Final Seasonal Watering Proposal Wimmera River System docx 2 For further information on any of the information contained within this document contact: Greg Fletcher – Wimmera CMA Wimmera River at Antwerp, February Wimmera CMA.

Horsham Heritage Study (Stage 1) June Indicative HO Places list The following list schedules places of potential local heritage value within the district. These places illustrate important historic themes as identified in the TEH and are considered of sufficient integrity to illustrate the stories of.

The waterways within the Wimmera are important to the Wotjobaluk people and heritage values exist throughout the landscape. Native Title is held along much of the lower Wimmera River, reinforcing the cultural significance of these values.

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In planning for environmental flows in the Wimmera River, Barengi Gadjin Land Council and Wimmera CMA have.

The future of one of the Wimmera’s most significant cultural and heritage sites, Ebenezer Mission, is closer to being secured with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Barengi Gadjin Land Council and the National Trust of Australia (Vic).

Barengi Gadjin’s Chief Executive, Jim Golden-Brown, said that the. • Barengi Gadjin Land Council (Cultural Heritage Management Plan) • Wimmera CMA • DEWLP • Barengi Gadjin Land Council July 2.

Update Draft Concept Plan based on functional and constructive feedback Groups Consulted: • Horsham RSL • Horsham City Rowing Club • Horsham Angling Club • Wimmera River Park Run • Wimmera Live Steam.

structure, with walls of windows inviting in the glorious cultural landscape of the Barringgi Gadyin (Wimmera river system), offers a Wotjobaluk understanding of the true value of this town: beauty, serenity, and sustainability. Since returning to Watchegatcheca as her final resting place, Aunty Nancy.

Councillor Nelson continued, "We are extremely pleased with the Feasibility Study and Master Plan produced by consultants TRC Tourism, and are very excited about the Wimmera River Discovery Trail." "The bicycle and walking trail presents a suite of unique visitor experiences, including learning about the cultural heritage of the Wimmera River.".

Its northernmost point is just across the Wimmera River. The area does not include zones within the registration area of any existing The EMAC Rule Book provides that 'The Eastern Maar Traditional Owner Group' is a name that all people who identify as Eastern Maar are able to undertake cultural heritage work on.

The Wimmera River Cultural Heritage Study. Stage II. The Middle Wimmera Basin. Unpublished report to the Goolum Goolum Aboriginal Cooperative: Horsham, Australia.

Book. Jan .The Glenelg River, known as Bochara in Dhawuard Wurrung, Pawur in Bunganditj and Bogara in Wergaia- Jadawadjali languages, is a significant feature in the cultural landscape of south-western river features in creation stories from the region.

Bochara-Bugara-Pawur continues to be an important place for Traditional Owners, who have inhabited the area for thousands of years, using.The decline of Australian country life is not new – either as a phenomenon or as a popular fear.

Contemporary interest in this area is often highlighted in hopeful policy frameworks for the revitalisation of town and countryside. The continuing interaction between our dreams of the Australian countryside and the reality of its decline is the key focus of Struggle Country: The Rural Ideal in.