Heritage Conservation Grant Program

Grants General

Heritage Conservation Grant Program

Heritage Conservation Grants are available to owners of State heritage listed places. Grants provide up to $20,000 for conservation work or documentation. In most cases, grants will be provided on a dollar-for-dollar basis.

The minimum grant for any project is $1,000. There are three categories of funding:
Simple – up to $5,000 (GST exclusive) – For projects with only one component, project may include: documentation, e.g. Architect fees, conservation management plans, dilapidation reports, development application drawings/schedules. e.g. Salt damp treatment or re-roofing.

Complex – up to $10,000 (GST exclusive) – this is the maximum available to residential properties. Projects for residential properties with multiple components such as reinstatement of lost significant fabric or larger, more complex repairs e.g. façade conservation including timber repair and salt damp treatment.

Major– up to $20,000 (GST exclusive) – only available for non-residential properties. Projects for non-residential properties with multiple components addressing at least two of the Assessment Criteria, e.g. (1) Places at risk; (2) Adaptive re-use.

For further information visit: Department for Environment and Water – Heritage Grants

Applications close at 2pm Wednesday, 3 April 2024.