AusHeritage was established in 1996 to facilitate the engagement of practitioners and organisations for the Australian heritage industry in the overseas arena and is the only nationally based, multi-disciplinary cultural heritage organisation in Australia.
Members come from a variety of disciplines such as materials conservators, conservation architects and planners, academics, urban planners, environmental lawyers, cultural tourism planners and heritage managers. Organisations include Commonwealth collecting institutions, university departments and private sector consulting firms.
All members are bound by AusHeritage’s Code of Ethics, which emphasises the essential complementarity of business, professional and personal values.
Read about the different involvements undertaken by AusHeritage during 2016 in the 21st Chairman’s report: