About the Australian Heritage Grants program
The Australian Heritage Grants program is the Australian Government’s flagship heritage program. It provides ongoing support to protect and promote national heritage listed places.
The program provides $5.3 million per annum, with a call for applications each year.
All national heritage listed places that have been recognised for their natural, Indigenous, or historic heritage values are eligible for funding under this program.
The program aims to:
- improve conservation, preservation and access to national heritage listed places
- enrich appreciation of the values of listed national heritage places through improved community engagement.
Australian Heritage Grants 2021-22
Applications for Round 4 of the Australian Heritage Grants closed on 28 October 2021.
The Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources is responsible for administering the program on behalf of the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment. For more information, and to apply, go to: business.gov.au and GrantConnect, telephone: 132846.