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Heritage in Warrumbungle Shire Council

Local Heritage Places Grant 2017/2018

The Warrumbungle Shire Local Heritage Places Grant has been established to assist owners of places with heritage significance to undertake conservation and restoration works. 

The aim is to maintain, preserve or restore elements that contribute to the heritage value of a place. The funding cannot be used for improvements such as new kitchens or bathrooms.

Council's Heritage Advisor is available to assist with colour schemes and provide free advice on your proposed work and general Heritage advice.

The Guidelines and Application Forms can be downloaded or are available from Council's Coonabarabran or Coolah Office.

For further information or enquires please contact Kelly Dewar in the Coonabarabran Office on 6849 2000.

Application close 31 July 2017. 

 

Heritage Study Reports

Warrumbungle Shire Council is made up of the amalgamation of the former Coolah Shire Council and Coonabarabran Shire Council. Studies have been completed on both former Shires and are listed on this page.

The Coolah Shire Heritage Study Report was finalised in April 2005 and the Coonabarabran Shire Thematic History Report and Coonabarabran Shire Heritage Study Report were finalised in July 2006. In February 2014 the Baradine Heritage Main Street Study was finalised to help identify projects within the Main Street precinct that can be undertaken to ensure the town is at its best for the sesquicentenary in 2015.

 

Installing Modern Services on Heritage Buildings

The Heritage Tasmania website is a great place to find practical information on the approval process for works to heritage-listed properties, general principles for working with heritage properties and a useful set of guidelines for installing modern services on heritage buildings, including measures to enhance environmental sustainability.  The guidelines can be obtained from the Heritage Tasmania website.

 

Further information is available on the Office of Environment and Heritage website.

 

 

 

Last Updated: 16 Jun 2017