Snapshot of Our Heritage

Residents are encouraged to share any photographs and documents they may have on historic buildings within the region as part of a new heritage project launched by Council.

‘Snapshot of Our Heritage’ is a six-month project that will involve capturing historically and socially significant information through digital recordings.

This information will be catalogued and made accessible online for current and future generations and inform Council’s heritage management strategies.

This project is funded through a $97,000 grant from the NSW Government’s Office of Environment and Heritage, Heritage Near Me Program.

Council is hosting a number of Heritage Talks where residents can learn more about the project and supply materials for copying, alternatively materials can be supplied online.

Residents are encouraged to share any photographs and documents they may have on historic buildings within the region as part of a new heritage project launched by Council.

‘Snapshot of Our Heritage’ is a six-month project that will involve capturing historically and socially significant information through digital recordings.

This information will be catalogued and made accessible online for current and future generations and inform Council’s heritage management strategies.

This project is funded through a $97,000 grant from the NSW Government’s Office of Environment and Heritage, Heritage Near Me Program.

Council is hosting a number of Heritage Talks where residents can learn more about the project and supply materials for copying, alternatively materials can be supplied online.

Upload your images and documents

Residents are encouraged to share any photographs and documents they may have on historic buildings within the region to be used in the Snapshot of Our Heritage project. 

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