Heritage Register

The National Trust Heritage Register is the most comprehensive single heritage register in Victoria, covering all types of cultural and natural heritage, including buildings, trees, landscapes, gardens, public art and pipe organs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you wish to nominate a place to our Heritage Register, please contact one of our Community Advocates on 03 9656 9818 or at [email protected] for more information.

  • International: A place or object that is important in the International context.
  • National: A place or object that is important in the context of Australia.
  • State: A place or object that is important in the context of Victoria.
  • Regional: A place not of State level significance, but more than Local, or relates to a specific region of Victoria, eg. The Western District.
  • Local: A place or object that is important in the context of its local area.
  • File Only: This means we retain a file on the place, but it is not officially classified. It may be classified in future, or it may remain as a record only.
  • Demolished: The place has been either totally or substantially destroyed however a file is still retained.

You can access the archival file by arranging an appointment with one of our Community Advocates on 03 9656 9818 or at [email protected]. There is a cost for all file searches, the total of which will be dependent on the nature of the research being undertaken (commercial, government, private, student). If you or your organization is a National Trust Member you can view files free of charge.  You can find out more about the benefits of becoming a member on the membership page.

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