Castlemaine Diggings Heritage Action Plan
Parks Victoria is reviewing the Heritage Action Plan for the Castlemaine Diggings National Heritage Park. The Heritage Action Plan guides the management of places of cultural heritage in the park. The plan will inform the future management of the intact gold rush landscape which contains shallow alluvial and quartz gold, examples of mining techniques used, environmental impacts from mining and heritage buildings and burials. The plan will also identify visitor access infrastructure, signs and information at key sites.
The plan will be finalised by June 2017.
Information provided by the public will be reviewed and may be used in the plan, any changes or impacts on specific groups will be subject to additional community consultation.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Jade Harris by email email@example.com or by calling the Parks Victoria Information Centre on 13 1963.
27 Mar 2017
For generations of Melburnians Wattle Park has been a green and gold jewel nestled in the city’s eastern suburbs. A site for picnics, lazy afternoons or exploring old trams with siblings and friends. On Saturday 1 April, we will celebrate 100 years of this iconic park and its rich history…
14 Jan 2017 - 17 Apr 2017
The Herring Island Summer Arts Festival 2017 presents a series of 4 exhibitions, by: Association of Sculptors of Victoria Basketmakers of Victoria Contemporary Art Society of Victoria A4 Art Australia The Gallery on Herring Island will be open every weekend from 14 January through 17 April, including Australia Day holiday…
3 Apr 2017 - 16 Apr 2017
Parks Victoria’s Discovery program encourages children and adults to explore Victoria’s parks with a ranger. Programs include a range of interactive and fun activities. Highlights of the Term One School Holiday Program at the Prom include opportunities to: Meet a modern day lighthouse keeper to discover the history of Wilsons…
3 Apr 2017 3:00pm-4:00pm
This historical tour provides a unique opportunity to view a cave that is rarely open to the public and is part of the same cave system as the Royal and the Fairy show caves. Lit only by solar-powered pathway lights, you are provided with a helmet and headlight to view…