This informative guide achieves many key objectives: it encourages engagement, celebrates extant heritage, and it educates about the status of repair work along with the relevance of heritage in a contemporary landscape.
Entrant: Friends of Ferrymead
Built in 1865 and donated to Ferrymead Heritage Park in 1972, Curragh House is a colonial survivor in many senses of the word. Tourists are able to experience a carefully recreated “living past” including a taste of Victorian fashions and dining.
Hororata and Beyond
Entrant: Hororata Community Trust
Through a multi-platform and collaborative engagement process, the Hororata Community Trust are raising awareness about the region’s colonial heritage, disseminating local historic information and records, and increasing tourism.
Isaac Theatre Royal
Entrant: Theatre Royal Charitable Trust
The theatre’s restoration has enhanced the experience of audiences and people alike and has been a pre-eminent milestone in the city’s recovery, attracting people from far and wide, injecting much needed vibrancy and visitors to the central city.