Caring for heritage places & objects
Heritage places and objects need to be treated with care and skill to preserve them for future generations.
In this section find advice and practical information to help you conserve and use heritage places and objects.
Technical guides and leaflets
Find a range of technical information and guides to assist in conservation and repair of heritage place and objects.
Consultant and contractor directory
Find a skilled tradesperson or heritage consultant to help you manage a heritage place or object.
What house is that?
What house is that? is an interactive site exploring architecture and the history of housing styles in Victoria, Australia.
Government owned heritage
Information for government heritage asset managers responsible for the ongoing care and conservation of heritage assets including police stations, court houses, hospitals, schools, railways, roads and bridges.
Conservation management plans
A Conservation Management Plan (CMP) is a tool that allows owners, property managers and approval authorities to make sound decisions about heritage places.
Objects and collections
Resources for custodians of objects and collections, including advice on significance assessment.
Definitions and resources related to intangible heritage - an expression or a practice recognised by communities as part of their cultural heritage.
Recognising and protecting twentieth century heritage
Information about the identification and protection of places of outstanding architectural significance from the 20th century.
Community Heritage Events
A listing of community heritage events open to the public.
Disaster Recovery and Heritage
Practical information and links for dealing with flood damage to heritage places.
Revitalising our Heritage
Adapting heritage places can bring new life to aging structures. Watch a video on the restoration of St Nicholas Church, Ballarat.
Preserving war heritage and memorabilia
A series of fact sheets providing information about preserving war-related heritage.