The Fairmont Resort
The Fairmont Resort: A Blue Mountains Icon looks at the differing perceptions of the mountains over time, culminating in the World Heritage listing in 2001, and the role of the Fairmont Resort in the developing tourist industry. It was published during the Bicentenary of the first official crossing.
On behalf of Schwartz Family Trust and ACCOR
The Victoria Hotel
Home Away From Home: Celebrating 125 years of The Victoria Hotel, commemorates one of the oldest hotels in Australia. Standing proudly on Little Collins Street, the hotel has been witness to the growth of Melbourne, from small colonial outpost, to the bustling, lively city that it is today. The Vic, as it is known, has seen many of its guest from regional Victoria return over the years to a home away from home.
On behalf of Schwartz Family Trust
Pushing the Engineering Envelope: Two Decades of Warren Centre Achievement is a celebration of the Centre at the leading edge of Australian engineering, technology and practice. The two editions published in 2003 and 2008 showcases the Centre’s engineering accomplishments and reputation and the commitment and dedication of many of its volunteers.
On behalf of Warren Centre, Sydney University
World Square: From Ceremonial Grounds to International Precinct charts the changes over time on one city block. It was an area of great significance to local Aborigines and today it is a thriving environment where commercial and residential spaces are entwined.
On behalf of Schwartz Family Trust, Rydges, Brookfield Multiplex and Meriton
The Sebel Town House
The Sebel Town House: Celebrating and Icon is a visual record of three decades of the hotel and its place in Australian hotel history. From the early sixties until its demolition in 2000 where its famous bar still lives on at The Sebel Surry Hills Sydney.
On behalf of Schwartz Family Trust and Mirvac Hotels and Resorts
From Quarantine to Q station
From Quarantine to Q Station: Honouring the Past, Securing the Future embodies many strands of Australia’s history, including Aboriginal occupation, immigration, public health management, bureaucracy and the conservation movement. It is richly illustrated and evokes the often harsh reality of quarantine.
On behalf of the Q Station and the Mawland Property Group