The Australia ICOMOS National Scientific Committee on Cultural Landscapes & Cultural Routes
in conjunction with the Mount Lofty Ranges World Heritage Bid invite you to a weekend of workshops
Productive & Evolving Cultural Landscapes
managing threats and accommodating change
Exploring the challenges and complexities of managing change and conflict across large cultural landscapes under threat. The Mount Lofty Ranges and Adelaide Park Lands will provide the case studies, and Historic Urban Landscape management practice may provide some clues.
The cultural landscapes workshop will be taking place at the Jacob’s Creek Heritage Vineyard, Jacob Road, Rowland Flat, South Australia.
The Barossa Package Deal option includes the following:
bus trip to and from Adelaide CBD point
- Friday evening Seppeltsfield
tour & tasting
- Saturday Jacob's Creek workshop & tasting
- Sunday lunch
The other registration options are for just the Friday evening Seppeltsfield tour & tasting and/or just the Saturday Jacob's Creek workshop & tasting.
There is also a dinner on the Saturday night - this is an optional add-on regardless of which other registration option is chosen.
Please note that registration for the weekend package and/or either of the separate events does not include accommodation - this needs to be booked separately by the individual. Please also note that accompanying persons need to register for any and all event options separately.
McLaren Vale Extended Program - Mount Lofty Ranges World Heritage Bid Workshop
Those who are staying on for the Mount Lofty Ranges World Heritage Bid two-day workshop will be transferred by bus to McLaren Vale on the Sunday evening. Please note that the arrangements for this part of the event are to be confirmed.
More information about both events and the registration options are outlined in the Productive & Evolving Cultural Landscapes/Mount Lofty Ranges WH Bid workshops flyer.