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October 2012

The 1897 Cooperage, Newington

The 1897 Cooperage (also known as the Gatehouse) at the RAN Armament Depot Newington (photo by Agata Mrva-Montoya, 2006).

By Sophie Watt

When I was a child, my parents dragged me all over the Australian countryside to develop “an appreciation for Australia’s history” by visiting colonial houses, convict-built bridges and, in some sad cases, the crumbling ruins of what was once a proud part of our country’s heritage. While it impressed on me how little choice I had in my own history schooling, it did open a rich world of heritage-listed architecture built well before my time, and demonstrated what it stood for.

But have you ever wondered who decides whether that run-down cottage you drive by, or the sandstone bridge you walk over, survives modern development? Or how much this heritage conservation costs?