Applications open for $1.2 million WA Heritage Grants program

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Applications are now open for owners of heritage listed places to share in more than $1.2 million for conservation and cultural landscape works.
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Photograph of the heritage building - Pyrmont House in Albany

Applications are now open for owners of heritage listed places to share in more than $1.2 million for conservation and cultural landscape works.

The 2024-25 Heritage Grants Program offers $150,000 through its Community Heritage Grants stream and the remainder through the State Heritage Grants funding stream.

Property owners can use the grants for conservation works, to develop heritage conservation or cultural landscape plans, and undertake feasibility studies.

Eligible not-for-profit organisations, businesses and local governments are encouraged to apply for the Community Heritage Grants that assist innovative community engagement activities or interpretation projects that promote or celebrate a State registered heritage place or local heritage listed places.

Read the full Ministerial statement and find out how to apply.

Applications close on Friday 9 August 2024.