Heritage Conservation in Our Region
In recognition of its rich history and heritage, Council has listed a comprehensive range of locally and state significant heritage items to ensure their continued preservation. Council recognises more than 400 individually listed heritage items and four heritage conservation areas, located within the Gulgong, Mudgee and Rylstone urban areas. Each conservation area contains a unique blend of historic buildings, parks and trees, monuments and artefacts.
Local Heritage Grant Applications
The 2016-17 Local Heritage Grants have been extended until Friday 2nd September 2016.
The grants help fund small maintenance and conservation projects for listed, significant and buildings located in a Heritage Conservation Area.
Grants of up to $5,000 are available with matching funding to be provided by the applicant. Applications must include two quotes for the project and will be accepted until Friday 2 September 2016. The application form is available on Council’s website.
For more information about Local Heritage Grants, contact Council
To download a Local Heritage Fund Project Application Form 2016-17 please click here (PDF 338Kb).
In the first instance Council's duty planner can assist with your enquiry.
If you are unable to attend Council's Mudgee Administration Building you may contact the Planning and Development Department on (02) 6378 2831, via email at email@example.com, or by mail marked to the attention of the Planning and Development Department - Mid-Western Regional Council PO Box 156 Mudgee NSW 2850.
NSW Heritage Office
NSW Heritage Office Grants
The Federal Department of Environment and Heritage