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Heritage Council

The Heritage Council is the State Government’s advisory body on heritage matters. 
It is vested with functions and powers under the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990.

The Heritage Council determines the organisation’s strategy, policies and makes key decisions on places to be entered into the State Register of Heritage Places and development referrals.

The Council comprises nine persons appointed by the Minister for Heritage, based on their skills and expertise.

This diverse range of skills ensures that the Heritage Council is well equipped to deal with the identification, conservation and development of WA’s significant heritage places.



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Our Office hours are from Monday to Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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Heritage is integral to the vibrant life and prosperity of Western Australia.
General Enquiries

Level 2, 491 Wellington Street, Perth WA 6000

PO Box 7479
Cloisters Square PO WA 6850

T: (08) 6552 4000
Freecall (regional): 1800 52 4000
F: (08) 6552 4001

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