Lancaster Painters Australia Heritage Projects
Adelaide — Sydney — Melbourne — Hobart
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Lancaster Painters Australia portfolio of heritage projects includes information and photos of our heritage conservation, restoration, reconstruction, painting and decorative work from many years of experience. Here we exhibit only a portion of our commercial, residential and church heritage work completed in multiple states of Australia.
Our heritage work includes Rivendell Great Hall in Sydney, the Adelaide Town Hall, Museum of Economic Botany, Auld Reekie in Melbourne, Wesley Uniting Church in Hobart, Government House Adelaide, Parliament House Sydney, Auchendarroch House, Planbuild Architects, Church of the Sacred Heart in Semaphore, St Johns Anglican Cathedral in Parramatta, Highroyd House, the Lowy Institute for International Policy and so many more.
To see all our projects, please click on the icons below. You may also be interested to see our safe lead removal projects. For South Australian heritage projects only, see our Adelaide projects. For New South Wales projects, see our Sydney projects. See our Melbourne projects and Hobart projects. You may also be interested in filmage of our heritage skills and projects. See below for our videos.
“The Advertiser” heritage restoration and trade skills interview with Gary Lancaster on Adelaide Now. Filmed in historical “Ayers House”, it features photos of his work in Sydney NSW and Adelaide SA. Click on the photo above to watch the interview.
Restoring Our Heritage
Filmed by SkillsOne, this video clip features the work of Gary Lancaster and of the late Ronnie Webster. It was filmed at the Master Builders “Building & Home Improvement Show“. For more information and to watch the video, click here.
Building Ideas Episode
Master Builders Association “Building Ideas” TV show filmed the work of GD & JA Lancaster, now Lancaster Painters Australia. It features heritage listed “Northampton” house and the famous Adelaide Hills Auchendarroch House.
The Museum of Economic Botany is the only museum of economic botany in Australia. We reconstructed the original heritage paintwork, colour schemes, designs including hand painted stencils, and gilding of 22 karat gold leaf.