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2020–21

Round 5  successful projects

A former railway engine shed, a dredger and an historic shipwreck are among the 15 significant heritage places from across the state receiving heritage grants through the fifth competitive round of Victoria’s Living Heritage Grants Program.

Round 5 of the Community Grants Stream (2019-20) will provide a total of $2.146 million for urgent conservation works or studies to 15 significant heritage places across Victoria.


2019–20

Round 4 successful projects

A collection of fragile objects from the Tatura POW and Internment Camp, a Gold Rush-era prefabricated iron hut and the historic homestead ‘Yurunga’ in Rainbow are among the 25 significant heritage places from across the State receiving heritage grants through the fourth competitive round of Victoria’s Living Heritage Grants Program.

Round 4 of the Community Grants Stream (2019-20) will provide a total of $3.060 million for urgent conservation and documentation of 27 significant heritage places across Victoria


2018–19

Round 3 successful projects

A World War 1 searchlight emplacement, a memorial fountain and a rare timber court house are among the 23 significant heritage places from across the state receiving heritage grants through the third competitive round of Victoria’s Living Heritage Grants Program.

Round 3 of the Community Grants Stream (2018-19) will provide a total of $2.4 million for urgent conservation works or studies to 23 significant heritage places across Victoria.


2017–18

Round 2 successful projects

A clock tower, a former RAAF base, and a Melbourne city landmark are among the 22 significant heritage places from across the state receiving heritage grants through the second contested round of Victoria’s Living Heritage Grants Program.

Round 2 of the Contested Grants Stream (2017-18) will provide $2.5 million for urgent conservation works or studies to 22 significant heritage places across Victoria.

Major building projects

In 2017-2018 $3.8 million will support the safeguarding and reactivation of 6 iconic Victorian heritage places through the Major Building Grants stream of the Living Heritage Grants Program. This funding is in addition to the $22.2 million announced in 2016-2017 to support major works to twelve of Victoria’s key heritage assets.

The projects selected for the Major Building Grants stream are places included in the Victorian Heritage Register, that have highly complex conservation needs exceeding traditional grant funding amounts.


2016–17

Round 1 successful projects

A river punt, a water tower, a theatre and a gun battery are among the significant heritage places from across the state receiving heritage grants through the first contested round of Victoria’s Living Heritage Grants Program. Round 1 of the Contested Grants Stream (2016-17) will provide a total of $1.65 million for urgent conservation works or studies to 20 significant heritage places across Victoria.

Round 1 of the Contested Grants Stream (2016-17) provided a total of $1.65 million for urgent conservation works or studies to 20 significant heritage places across Victoria.

Major building projects

In 2016-17 the Living Heritage Grants Program will provide funding for the conservation and activation of 11 iconic heritage places in Victoria. The Major Building Grants stream will provide over $22.2 million over 2 years to safeguard and reactivate some of Victoria’s key heritage resources.

The projects selected are places included in the Victorian Heritage Register, and have highly complex conservation needs exceeding traditional grant funding amounts.

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