However, when he was appointed a Commissioner of the Australian Heritage Commission, which was set up in 1976 and charged with the compilation of a Register of the National Estate, he became involved across the full range of the Commission's responsibility.
What does AHC stand for?
AHC stands for Australian Heritage Commission
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Submitted July, 2008 Accepted as revised September, 2008 REFERENCES Australian Heritage Commission, 1996, Australian Natural Heritage Charter: Australian Heritage Commission, Canberra, Australia.
He was an early member of the Australian Heritage Commission.
The Australia Parliament passed the Australian Heritage Commission Act in June, 1975, with the full support of all political parties.
Rose, Deborah B 1996 Nourishing Terrains: Australian Aboriginal view of landscape and wilderness, Australian Heritage Commission, Canberra.
Tatnall's work has been shown in over 30 exhibitions and some are held in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, the State Library of Victoria, the Australian Heritage Commission and numerous regional galleries.
No matter how remote, how hidden the place, nowhere is immune to the 4-wheel drivers, pantechnicons of pensioners, round-Australia retirees and those in search of the real frontier spreading out in a churning tide of tourists which the Australian Heritage Commission seeks to steer and channel.
Until recently, they might have been further protected against actions of the Commonwealth government by the provisions of the Australian Heritage Commission Act 1975, the various ramifications of which may also have ameliorated actions potentially adverse to the conservation of Indigenous heritage values of such places initiated by and within other jurisdictions.