Heritage Awards Qld
The community of Queensland is invited each year to participate in the National Trust Queensland Heritage Awards.
Have you been conducting conservation work on a heritage place, writing conservation plans, publishing in print or digital form, or been a member of a volunteer group?
Please nominate to the National Trust Queensland Heritage Awards.
The National Trust Queensland Heritage Awards are presented for the outstanding activities conserving and promoting our cultural heritage, including historic and Indigenous heritage. Awards are given in each category, ranging from High Commendation to Silver and Gold, with the John Herbert Memorial Award presented to the most outstanding nomination.
The National Trust presents awards to projects and people that demonstrate excellence in the conservation and promotion of Queensland’s historic and Indigenous cultural heritage.
Previously known as the John Herbert Memorial Awards, in 2004 the awards were renamed the Queensland Heritage Awards.
Nominations for the 2016 National Trust Queensland Heritage Awards will now close on 26 September 2016.
Award Categories Nomination Information and Conditions of Entry:
- NOMINATION FORM for Conservation Works, Conservation Planning, Interpretation and Promotion, Agency Conservation Programs.
Award Categories Nomination Information and Conditions of Entry (Achievement Awards):