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Annual Report 2002/2003 Heritage Advisory Council (Twelfth Report)



Annual Report 2002/2003 Heritage Advisory Council (Twelfth Report)

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HERITAGE ADVISORY COUNCIL TWELFTH AN with the agricultural ventures that were the basis for the establishment of the Beatrice Hills property. The Beatrice Hills Well and Stone Wall fences are associated with prominent nineteenth century pastoralists and entrepreneurs, Maurice Lyons and C B Fisher, who were the first to develop land in northern Australia on a very large scale. Araluen Homestead Precinct The early buildings at Araluen are important for their historical and social associations with E. J. Connellan, pioneer aviator and pastoralist. Constructed between 1948 and 1955, the Araluen Homestead, Folk Cottage (former gardeners resid Office/Residence, stand as tes Connellan. The buildings are also Springs during WWII and later ye services in the region. Public conc during the mid-late 1970s ensu Araluen Centre Complex. The h design by B.C.G. Burnett. NUAL REPORT 2002-03 13 ence), former Staff Flats and old timony to the grand visions of associated with the growth of Alice ars that saw increasing provision of ern for the future of these buildings red their retention as part of the omestead is also of interest for its

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