The Parks and Recreation Collection (PaRC), has been made possible with the support of an educational trust fund established by the Australian Institute of Parks and Recreation (AIPR) in February 1974. Parks and Leisure Australia, successor to AIPR, sincerely thanks the Trustees of the fund for their initiative in establishing the project:
- Dr Anne Binkley
- Mr Peter Nicholls
- Mr Ray Steward
- Mr Ken Trafford.
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Although the nature of archival and manuscript collections sometimes makes it difficult to determine the copyright status of an item, it is your responsibility to use it according to all applicable terms. Please contact the author and/or editor for additional information regarding copyright status of a particular digital image, text, data set, or sound or video recording.
Conditions of Use
By using the digital images, texts, data sets, audio and video recordings, and other materials in PaRC, you agree to follow these conditions of use:
- Responsibility for any use of these materials rests exclusively with the user.
- Some materials in these collections may be protected by Australian Copyright Law
- When using items from the PaRC, please give proper credit to the author and the PaRC.