Local Heritage Register
Part 11 of the Queensland Heritage Act 1992 requires that local Councils keep a local heritage register of places of cultural significance in its area. North Burnett Regional Council engaged a professional cultural heritage firm, Converge Heritage + Community, to undertake a local heritage study to identify places of potential local heritage significance.
If you would like more information on the study, please contact:
Council’s Manager Development Services Mr Lex Webster 1300 696 272
The Local Heritage Register was adopted at Council’s Policy and Planning meeting held 5 May 2014, it was resolved that , Council adopt sixty four (64) of the proposed seventy-one (71) heritage places.
Each place is represented by a place card that includes important information such as its name, location, history, description, photos and a statement about its significance.
A hardcopy of the proposed local heritage register is now available for viewing at Council’s libraries and administration centres. Additionally, an electronic copy is viewable below.