Heritage Grants Program to help fund 38 projects that enhance and protect State’s heritage.

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Annual Heritage Grants Program helps restore and share Western Australian heritage.
Rose hotel

Numerous sites across Western Australian are set for restoration and several interpretation projects and community events have received funding under the State Government’s 2021-2022 Heritage Grants Program.

The annual grants program offers dollar-for-dollar funding of up to $40,000 for conservation projects; and up to $20,000 for community events, activities and heritage interpretation projects for places listed on the State Heritage Register.

Among the 38 projects to receive funding as part of this grant round are the Former Freemasons Hall in Subiaco and Bon Marche Arcade for conservation works, and the Shire of Lake Grace for the development of an interpretation plan for the Lake Grace Australian Inland Hospital.

The reintroduced major conservation project funding supports projects to the State Heritage Grant stream by granting funding of up to $100,000 for works demonstrating economic recovery and job creation, natural disaster mitigation, and the reactivation of the heritage place.

Peedamulla Homestead in the Pilbara will receive major conservation project funding for conservation works to the site that will facilitate its future reactivation.

Since the Heritage Grants Program commenced in 1997, 822 heritage places have received more than $23 million in grants that assist in cementing the State’s heritage places in modern life.

Read the Media Statement from the Minster for Heritage and see the full list of successful recipients below.

State Heritage Grant

Metropolitan sites Grant amount (Ex GST)
The Gledden Buildings, Perth  $40,000.00
Bon Marche Arcade Buildings, Perth $40,000.00
Meerilinga, Perth  $40,000.00
Perth Trades Hall, Perth  $30,965.00
Chung Wah Association Hall, Northbridge $8,140.00
Former Freemasons Hall, Subiaco $14,462.50
25 Brookman Street, Perth $40,000.00
6 Moir Street, Perth $18,670.00
Commercial Building, 48 High Street, Fremantle $40,000.00
Port Flour Mill, Fremantle  $40,000.00
Former PJ Morriss Building, Fremantle $40,000.00
Bateman’s Buildings, Fremantle $40,000.00
14 - 16 Nairn Street, Fremantle  $37,169.75
St Paul's Anglican Church, Presbytery and Hall, Beaconsfield $40,000.00
Stirling Arms Hotel, Guildford  $28,509.50
Regional sites Grant amount (Ex GST)
Serpentine General Store, Serpentine $23,644.50
Sutton's Farm and Graveyard, Halls Head $100,000.00
St Mary's Anglican Church Precinct, Beverley $26,573.00
Rose Hotel and Sample Room, Bunbury $100,000.00
Former CBH Grain Silos, Bunbury $11,095.00
All Saints' Anglican Church, Collie $23,168.00
Busselton Jetty, Busselton $8,960.00
Sandilands Dwelling, Busselton $8,250.00
Former Ballybane Tearooms and R Bell and Co Store, Albany $22,755.00
Pyrmont House, Albany $40,000.00
London Hotel, Albany $40,000.00
McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie $40,000.00
The Bowes Homestead, Shire of Northampton $89,039.91
Newmarracarra Homestead, Shire of Greater Geraldton $48,306.14
One Mile Jetty and Tramway, Carnarvon $18,150.00
Peedamulla Homestead, Shire of Ashburton  $100,000.00
Kinney's Store, Broome  $40,000.00

Community Heritage Grant

Metropolitan sites Grant anount (Ex GST)
Leighton Battery, Mosman Park $11,352.50
Regional sites Grant anount (Ex GST)
Lake Grace Australian Inland Hospital, Lake Grace  $10,890.00
Residency Museum, York $15,898.70
Cossack Townsite Precinct, Shire of Karratha $20,000.00
Dempster Homestead and the Former Lynburn Homestead $20,000.00
Old Onslow Townsite, Shire of Ashburton $20,000.00



Page reviewed 13 April 2022