Annual Report 2002/2003 Heritage Advisory Council (Twelfth Report)
Tabled paper 1162
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HERITAGE ADVISORY COUNCIL TWELFTH ANN Proposed heritage places Negotiations were successfully concluded with the owners of eight proposed heritage places. It is acknowledged that whilst such negotiations may be time-consuming, perseverance leads to a co operative partnership that assists in the future conservation and management of heritage places. Declared heritage places and objects The Minister declared five places during the last financial year: Charlotte Waters Telegraph Station ruins Wreck of the Young Australian Beatrice Hills Well and Stone Wall fences Araluen Homestead Precinct, Alice Springs Catholic Church Precinct, Alice Springs Charlotte Waters Telegraph Station ruins The ruins of the Charlotte Waters Telegraph Station are of historical significance to the Territory owing to its associations with the construction of the Overland Telegraph Line between Port Augusta and Darwin in the 1870s. Subsequently the site als exploration and settlement of the r police presence in Central Australia UAL REPORT 2002-03 10 o played an important role in the egion and was associated with the during the 1930s. MWU includes Young Australian, Angurugu Historic Precinct, Beatrice Hills, A/S Telegraph Station, Araluen Homestead, John Flynns Grave, Henbury Meteorites Cons. Reserve, Emungalan, Peels Well
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