Australian Heritage Commission, 2000
The Australian Heritage Commission (AHC) would like to place on record its appreciation of the help and cooperation it has received during 1999–2000 from:
- local, State and Commonwealth Government bodies, authorities and agencies;
- the many people connected with voluntary organisations involved in the conservation of cultural and natural heritage;
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations throughout Australia; and
- members of its State Natural Environment Evaluation Panels, State and Territory administrators of the National Estate Grants Program and other experts who provided technical advice in relation to the identification, assessment and conservation of the National Estate.
Without this freely given cooperation and assistance, the Commission’s work would be much more difficult.
The Commission would also like to record its continued appreciation of the work done by its Executive Director and staff during 1999–2000, and the consistent dedication they demonstrated in advancing the objectives of the Commission.
Cover photo: Currawinya Lakes, an important part of the Paroo River region. The heritage assessment of the Paroo exemplifies a thematic approach to identifying places of national importance that recognises the relationship between Indigenous and historic culture and the natural environment.
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