Arts, culture, and heritage
Culture can be difficult to define or demonstrate. In broad terms, our culture is made up of ideas, customs, behaviours and items that contribute to how we identify with our home and environment, interact with our community, and live day-to-day.
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.
Learn about the Aboriginal Heritage Study and other significant projects and plans that explore and celebrate local Aboriginal culture.
Learn about our competitions and prizes, join our arts information exchange network, or tell us your idea for public art in Eurobodalla.
Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre
Come and see what's on show at the exhibition centre, named after Basil Sellers AM for his significant contribution to the arts in Eurobodalla.
Heritage items and places
Learn about heritage items and places and how to nominate an item or area for heritage listing.
Heritage studies and projects
Heritage studies recognise and record items, places and histories that make up our cultural heritage.
Heritage advisory service
Owners of heritage listed items can get free advice from an independent specialist.
Connect with local historical societies, find out about grants, awards, and other useful heritage resources.