Exceptional heritage projects awarded

Exceptional heritage projects awarded
Monday 1 April 2019

20 individuals and heritage projects honoured at the 2019 Western Australian Heritage Awards.

The adaptive and imaginative reuse of the historic Katanning Roller Flour Mill into the Premier Mill Hotel has been recognised across three categories at the 2019 Western Australian Heritage Awards, receiving the prestigious Gerry Gauntlett Award acknowledging excellence in the area of conservation or adaptation of a heritage place.

The Heritage Awards recognise the exceptional contribution by heritage professionals, volunteers and organisations and celebrate their commitment to heritage conservation, adaptive reuse, interpretation and tourism across Western Australia.

Other winners included the Shire of Leonora for the conservation of Gwalia's historic precinct and RPS Australia for the Fitzroy Crossing Pioneer Cemetery project supporting the repatriation of ancestral remains.  

More information on the winners and commendation recipients can be found on the Heritage Council's website at https://stateheritage.wa.gov.au/awards

Read the media statement

Page last reviewed 1 April 2019
Go toTop of the page