The Australian Heritage Information webpage provides a centralised portal for access to Australian heritage information from each state and territory. The information and resources found here include the latest news and publications, guides and toolkits for local government, owners of heritage places, students and researchers. You can also search the Australian Heritage Places Inventory for a heritage place anywhere in Australia and find out about the agencies and organisations who manage them.
Information and tools for heritage property owners
This practice note outlines the principles to consider when updating services and facilities in heritage places. It provides advice on solar panels, wind turbines, water tanks, heating and gas installations, satellite dishes and antennae.
Information and tools for heritage education
This website includes over 750 photos and more than 1000 pages of journal articles, news, reports and excerpts from heritage documents.
Latest news and publications
The book recognises and celebrates Macquarie's foresight and capability in the laying out of eight towns in New South Wales: Liverpool, Windsor, Richmond, Wilberforce, Pitt Town, Castlereagh, Campbelltown and Bathurst, as well as the amendments he made to the existing towns of Sydney and Parramatta, and the renaming of the streets of Newcastle.
Information and tools for local government
The publication briefly explains how Australian heritage and listing matter in the present day, beyond purely significance and links to the past. The most common questions about economic effects and acceptable change are also answered. Helping to demystify listing effects, it also gives owners a practical insight into how to develop sympathetic renovations.