Culture and Heritage
Heritage consists of those places, objects and stories that we as a community have inherited from the past and want to hand on to future generations.
Our heritage both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal gives us a sense of living history and provides a link to the work and way of life of earlier generations. It enriches our lives and helps us to understand who we are today.
The heritage of the Eurobodalla is diverse and includes buildings, objects, stories, graves, monuments, places, landscapes, archaeological sites, shipwrecks, relics, bridges, streets, and conservation areas.
Strategies and plans
The Eurobodalla Heritage Strategy and Aboriginal Action Plan guide Council and the community in the recognising and preserving our cultural heritage.
Culture and Heritage Studies
Heritage studies help to recognise and record items, places and histories that make up our cultural heritage.
Advisory committees work with us to ensure that our community and heritage work is aligned with the needs and desires of the wider community.
Heritage Advisory Service
If your property is heritage listed or is in a heritage conservation area, you may like to take advantage of our free Heritage Advisory Service.
Heritage items and places
Heritage items and places are recorded in databases on the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.
Annual grant programs are available for the preservation and celebration of our cultural heritage.
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Conservation Management Plans
These plans outline the conservation management of specific places
Heritage information and contacts