The 2017-18 round of the Protecting National Historic Sites Program provides funding for activities that will maintain, protect and conserve the places on Australia’s National Heritage List that are listed for their historic heritage values.
Applications closed 8 March 2018.
2017-18 Successful applicants
Dozens of projects will share in more than $4.42 million under the Protecting National Historic Sites program, designed for historic sites listed on our National Heritage List.
What will the Program fund?
In 2017-18, the Program provides funding to support a range of activities that conserve and protect places (‘Target Places’) identified on Australia’s National Heritage List for their historic heritage values (refer to Appendix A to the Protecting National Historic Sites 2017-18 Application Guidelines).
Eligible activities include:
- those identified in Conservation Management Plans for Target Places;
- the development of a new Conservation Management Plan, revision of an existing Conservation Management Plan, or improved management arrangements for Target Places; or
- maintaining or enhancing the listed historic values of a Target Place, through development of facilities to enhance visitor understanding and physical access to the Target Place.
Acknowledgement of Australian Government funding
All grant recipients must acknowledge the support received through the Australian Government’s Community Heritage and Icons Grants program in all publications, promotional and advertising materials, signs or plaques displayed at the location where the Project is undertaken, at any Project Event and otherwise at the times and in the manner as the Department directs from time to time.
“Supported through funding from the Australian Government.”
Where possible, recipients should also include the Australian Government logo when acknowledging the Australian Government funding. The file below contains two versions of the Australian Government logo, in multiple formats. Please use whichever is most appropriate for your situation.