• Illustrated Burra Charter

Illustrated Burra Charter

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The Burra Charter has been widely accepted and adopted as the standard for heritage conservation practice in Australia and it has been used by government legislators at all levels as a source for both the detail and approach to heritage legislation.

This is a third revision.

The Burra Charter (Australia ICOMOS Charter for Places of Cultural Significance) first adopted in 1979 at a meeting in the historic mining town of Burra in South Australia.

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