The 2013 Western Australian Heritage Award winners have been announced.
View the winners and read the media statement.
The Western Australian Heritage Awards was established in 1992 to recognise outstanding commitment and contribution to heritage conservation and the promotion of heritage in Western Australia.
The awards are held annually and are widely acknowledged as showcasing excellence in revitalising heritage places, setting standards for future interpretation, promotion, conservation and adaptive reuse of places entered in the State Register of Heritage Places.
Now in its 21st year, the awards attract extensive media interest, ensuring that the industry, government, owners and community identify winners that demonstrate innovative and best practice standards.
View the 2013 Western Australian Heritage Award finalists and read the Minister's media statement. To find out about the lead project teams view the program.
Outstanding Western Australian conservation projects will be showcased in the Asia-Pacific region through cooperation between the State Heritage Office and UNESCO.
Winners and high commendation recipients in categories 6, 7 and 10 of the 2013 Western Australian Heritage Awards will be shortlisted for nomination to the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation.
Click here to find out if you are eligible.
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