The Heritage Council of NSW considers nominations for listing on the State Heritage Register based on an assessment of heritage significance and taking into account any submissions received from the public. Section 33 (3) of the NSW Heritage Act 1977 requires that the Heritage Council must be of the view that the item is of State heritage significance before it makes a Recommendation to the Minister.
Upon receipt of a Recommendation for Listing from the Heritage Council of NSW it is the Minister for Heritage who has to consider that recommendation and decide whether or not to direct the listing of the item on the State Heritage Register under Section 32 (1) of the Heritage Act.
Note: The Office of Environment and Heritage, Heritage Division seeks to keep the online database up to date,
however the latest proposed listings may not yet be included.
Always check with the Heritage Branch for the most recent proposed listings.