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Heritage places

  • Changing or developing heritage places

    Most changes proposed to places on the Queensland Heritage Register are regarded as development, which requires approval before work is undertaken. Find out more about different types of development approvals.

  • Archaeological heritage

    Archaeological artefacts increase our knowledge about past people, places and activities. Find out more about Queensland’s archaeological heritage and how you can help conserve it.

  • Queensland Heritage Register

    The Queensland Heritage Register is a list of places that have cultural heritage significance to the people of Queensland. Find out more information about these places or how to have a place entered in, or removed from, the register.

  • Heritage conservation in Queensland

    Find out more about how heritage is protected and conserved in Queensland.

  • Queensland Heritage Act changes

    Find out more about changes to the Queensland Heritage Act 1992.

Heritage register applications

Heritage register applications are now available online.

Anzac Centenary commemorations 

In the lead up to the ANZAC Centenary, the Queensland Government has developed a number of initiatives to help us reflect on and learn more about our military history and its impact on our nation.

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Last updated
23 March 2015

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