Fergus Thomson OAM Heritage Award
The Fergus Thomson OAM Heritage Award recognises individuals, groups or organisations who have made an outstanding contribution to the community’s appreciation and awareness of the rich heritage of the Eurobodalla Shire in the last two years.
The $1,000 award honours former shire mayor, the late Fergus Thomson OAM, who had a strong commitment to the preservation of the cultural heritage of the region.
Nominations are now open
We are calling for nominations for the inaugural Fergus Thomson OAM Heritage Award.
- Nominations close: Friday 30 October 2020, 4.30pm.
Eligible people or projects for the award could be:
- the restoration of a building or site
- a recent history/heritage publication or multimedia presentation
- a heritage event
- a person or group who has made a significant contribution to Eurobodalla’s heritage
- action leading to the preservation, or greater understanding of, a heritage place or item
- a tourism related heritage project
- Aboriginal heritage project
The important element is the contribution to our awareness and knowledge of the Eurobodalla's heritage.
For more information and to nominate, use our online application form.
If you have questions about the award or process, contact Council's Strategic Planner (Heritage), Steve Halicki:
- T: 4474 1324
- E: Steve Halicki