Contribution by a public or private organisation

A public or private organisation whose contribution demonstrates a commitment to cultural heritage and/or heritage-related work, services or programs in Western Australia.

City of Armadale

The City of Armadale is an area of outstanding natural beauty and cultural heritage spanning 560 square kilometres and incorporating 19 suburbs. The City has a number of programs that focus on the promotion and conservation of the region’s cultural heritage.

One of the City’s key achievements has been the conservation of the Armadale District Hall into a modern, inviting and open community facility with a complementary mixture of heritage and contemporary built form.

City of Cockburn

The Cockburn Libraries are a great place to connect ideas, inspiration, learning and the communities within the City of Cockburn. Created and supported by the Cockburn Libraries and the City of Cockburn, Cockburn History is a new local history website bringing together digitised library collections and a wealth of new historical research and writing. The website was launched in February 2019 and after two years of research, writing, and web designing, the library local history collections (digitised video, oral histories, photographs, and local magazine publications) were made accessible to the public.

City of Kalamunda

The Kalamunda History Village is situated in the Zig Zag Cultural Centre in the town site of Kalamunda. The village is a museum curated around the original Railway Station buildings dated 1903 and 1927. The 1927 station was the largest on the Darling Range Railway and was affectionately known as the Zig Zag Railway on which the iconic G118 Locomotives made their way up to the timber country.

The Kalamunda History Village is a hands-on, interpretative journey, recognised by TripAdvisor as the number one thing to do in Kalamunda.

City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder

Located in the heart of the Goldfields-Esperance region, the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is Australia's largest outback city with a population of over 30,000. The City is a dynamic regional centre with a rich and diverse indigenous and non-indigenous history and a high quality of life.

The City recognises that heritage is its past, present and future and that it provides a sense of place and time, identifiable landmarks and a sense of belonging. The City has always been proud of its heritage and this can be seen in the promotion of the heritage precincts of Burt and Hannan Streets.

Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association

Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association is an independent tourism operator specialising in destination marketing, visitor servicing and natural and historical asset management. They are a not-for-profit incorporated association with over 700 members and governed by a Board of Directors.

The association manages six attractions across the region including the Cape Naturaliste and Leeuwin Lighthouse precincts and the caves precinct of Ngilgi, Jewel, Mammoth and Lake Caves.

Shire of Murray

The Shire of Murray was one of the earliest areas of European settlement in the State. Settled in 1834, it has a rich cultural heritage and many places of heritage significance still in use. The Council recognises its responsibility to provide for the protection of these assets, increasing budget expenditure for heritage management and conservation works, and has recently completed two major conservation projects in 2019, St John's Church and Exchange Hotel, both in Pinjarra.

Page last reviewed 18 June 2020
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