Heritage management is not trapped in the past, but continually evolving and being re-invented as community and industry perceptions shift over time.

We recognise the need to constantly engage with the contemporary dialogue and debate that shape our field and push it forward.

Regular staff participation in professional development workshops and conferences contributes to the growth of the practice and its shared knowledge base.

But while we have an eye to the future, we are also committed to maintaining established heritage management and conservation standards, both national (The Burra Charter) and international (charters prepared by ICOMOS). After all, successful heritage management is all about achieving a balance between past, present and future.

Parliament House of Victoria Photo Peter Bennetts