Conference paper

Assessing the tourism potential of an Australian industrial icon

In 2015, the remote mining community of Broken Hill became the first Australian city to be inscribed on the National Heritage List. The City Council’s strategic plans reflect an expectation that the inscription will lead to an increase in tourism. A better understanding of the...
Report

Opening doors: Evaluation of Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation’s chronic disease strategy

Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation commissioned the Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) to partner in an evaluation of its Chronic Disease Strategy to review its development and implementation over the past 10 years and to provide guidance on further work.
Strategy

Far West regional plan 2036

The Plan will guide the NSW Government’s land use planning priorities and decisions for the Far West region over the next 20 years. It is not intended to be a step-by-step approach to all land use planning. Rather, it provides an overarching framework to guide...
Strategy

Draft Far West regional plan

This Draft Regional Plan aims to guide the NSW Government’s land use planning priorities and decisions in the Far West over the next 20 years. It is not intended to be a step-by-step approach to all land use planning. Rather, it provides an overarching framework...
Report

Quality of light, quality of life: professional artists and cultural industries in and around Broken Hill

This project came about after the death of local artist Pro Hart in 2006 led to concerns that the arts sector in far western NSW was both ageing and declining. Instead researchers Lisa Andersen and Jane Andrew found a confident, growing sector where professional visual...