Is my house heritage listed?

In NSW there are different types of statutory listings for local, state and national heritage items. A property or object is a heritage item if it is:

  • listed in the heritage schedule of a local council's local environmental plan (LEP) or a regional environmental plan (REP)
  • listed on the State Heritage Register, a register of places and items of particular importance to the people of NSW
  • listed on the National Heritage List established by the Australian Government to list places of outstanding heritage significance to Australia.

Find out if your house is listed

Search the heritage database