Christina Dyson

Christina Dyson
Associate

Christina is a historian of historic gardens and cultural landscapes, specialising in twentieth-century Australian plant gardens. She also has wide experience in Australia’s urban and built heritage. She has a particular interest in and aptitude for undertaking assessments of complex cultural landscapes and developing policy for their adequate and appropriate protection.

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Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne

Graduate Diploma (Horticulture), University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Arts (Honours Class I), University of Sydney

Christina Dyson