Heritage Activation grants announced

The second round of the Heritage Activation grants were recently announced with 39 new projects to be funded across the state.

This program recognises the importance of activating local heritage spaces and precincts to conserve their heritage significance.

The Heritage Activation Grants are available for projects designed to increase public enjoyment of local heritage, such as physical works for public access, public programming, strategy development and business planning.

This year, a mix of projects have been funded, including, adaptive reuse, interpretation, community event and building works to upgrade for fire safety and disability access.  


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