- Queensland Heritage Strategy
The Queensland Heritage Strategy: a ten-year plan, establishes a framework for managing Queensland's heritage to allow for growth and development of the State while also conserving its valuable heritage places.
- Valuing Queensland's heritage
Heritage places contribute to our sense of place, reinforce our identity and help define what it means to be a Queenslander.
The Hon. Andrew Powell MP, Minister for Environment and Heritage Protection.
- Living places
Living places commemorates 20 years of heritage conservation in Queensland through the Queensland Heritage Act 1992. It traces the history of Queensland’s growth from the arrival of European settlers, and brings it to life through some of the significant places that tell Queensland’s story.
- Natural disaster advice
Some Queensland Heritage Places and local heritage places have sustained critical damage as a result of Queensland’s recent natural disasters. Owners of these places may undertake emergency building work without first seeking a permit.
- Heritage applications and decisions
Public notification of Queensland Heritage Register applications for entry or removal (all or part) and Queensland Heritage Council decisions.
- View places in the Queensland Heritage Register
The Queensland Heritage Register is a list of places, trees, natural formations, and buildings of cultural heritage significance.