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May 2017 - A new brochure which is available at the entry has been produced. See unformatted content here.
May 2017 - A new sign showing the walking tracks was opened by Minister Gentleman. See here.
September 2016 - Two new interpretative signs have been erected in the Glenburn Precinct. They are for the Glenburn Hay/Machinery Shed and Yards, and for the Glenburn Sheep Dip and Yards - details here.
May 2016 - The new sign for the Hayshed has been installed. See details here.
April 2016 - Heritage Week - Col's notes
On 19 November 2015 - The ACT Heritage Council placed the Glenburn Precinct, Kowen onto the ACT Heritage Register. This will help to protect and conserve the sites in the Precinct. A copy of the registration can be accessed on the ACT Hertage Register website.
October 2015 - Text of Interpretive Sign Atkinson Trig. Download here.
February, 2015 - Texts Of The Interpretive Signs In The Glenburn/Burbong Historic Precinct, Kowen Forest ACT Col McAlister - download here.
19 April 2014 - Col's Notes for his walk as part of the Heritage Festival download here (1.6MB)
November 2013 - Col's paper "THE GLENBURN AND BURBONG HISTORIC PRECINCT IN THE KOWEN FOREST, ACT: MORE RECENT INFORMATION ABOUT SOME OF THE SITES AND THE PEOPLE - download here (2.2MB)
In July 2013 Col McAlister produced a new paper on the "Work In Progress" which you can download here (3.3MB).
At the 2011 ACT Symposium on Heritage and Planning Col McAlister gave a talk. The paper is available here as a download (2.1MB).
A Conservation Management Plan was prepared for "William Collier's Stone Cottage" by Eric Martin and Associates for the National Trust of Australia(ACT) which you can download. The Main Report is here, Attachment A is here and Attachment B is here. You need broadband as the files are 4.7MB, 1.9MB and 2.8MB.
A Management Plan for Collier's and Curley's Orchards has been prepared by Damian De Marco and Associates Landscape Architects. download the report here.
2007 Monograph All printed copies have been sold. A download copy is available here. The download is 3.1MB. You may print the download or any part.