Professional contribution

An individual who has made a significant contribution to heritage and has demonstrated best practice standards through their employment in the heritage industry.

Ingrid Cumming

Ingrid Cumming is a Whadjuk yorga from Fremantle, Western Australia. Ingrid continues to build upon her family’s heritage of Noongar language and knowledge carriers. As a young woman, Ingrid stepped forward to learn this ancient knowledge, combining it with the new digital technology to continue the traditional sharing of knowledge to future generations.

Mark Delane

Mark Delane (left) is the Asset and Environment Manager of the Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association. In this role, Mark is responsible for the preservation and conservation, of both the natural and cultural historic assets of the association. Mark has undertaken this role proactively, enabling significant preservation, conservation and restoration works to be undertaken at the Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse Precincts.

Alex Jones and Rob Whitehurst

Alex Jones and Rob Whitehurst have worked together for the past five years in the Western Australian solid plastering and construction industry. The pair are passionate about all aspects of their craft, with a particular interest in working on heritage-listed buildings.

Alex and Rob were honoured to work on the new museum project, and in 2018 they led the project to restore the Parthenon Frieze display in the 1908 Beaufort Street Building.

Malcolm Traill

Malcolm Traill is a prominent figure in the promotion and awareness of history and heritage in the Great Southern region. Malcolm works tirelessly, under many hats, to increase the community's knowledge of both Aboriginal and European stories in the region.

Page last reviewed 18 June 2020
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