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Living Heritage Grants

The Living Heritage Grants Program is a funding program provided from Heritage Victoria within Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. The funding targets State-listed heritage places in urgent need of repair and thereby supports the ongoing and sustainable use of significant heritage assets.

The following Parks Victoria projects are funded by Living Heritage Grants:

Location
Amount
Project description
Estimated completion

Days Mill, near Murchison

$0.5M

Urgent extensive external works to the c.1860s-1880s complex including gatehouse, residence and the mill, prioritising repair of roof structures, ensuring proper storm water discharge away from structures, dealing with rising and penetrating damp and associated salt attack damage to brickwork, and repair of doors and windows. Works will contribute to future use and activation of this extensive mill complex.

August 2018

Cape Schanck Light Station

$120,000

Urgent external repair works including roof replacement and general repairs to c.1858 Lighthouse Keepers Quarters and the Museum/Engine Room. Works will ensure ongoing use of building for visitor interpretation.

30 April 2018

Viewbank Homestead Silos, Viewbank

$170,000

Extensive urgent works to replace roof structure to c.1930s silo no.1 blown off in storm event in 2016, plus timber repairs to all silos including the roof structures to silos 2 and 3.

30 April 2018

Andersons Mill, Smeaton

$100,000

Extensive repair of failing c.1860s subterranean Back Creek Channel constructed of bluestone and brick and enclosed with hardwood timber sleepers. Works will ensure proper drainage through the channel and re-enable vehicular access across the site.

30 April 2018

Coolart Homestead outbuildings, Somers

$120,000

Urgent brickwork repair, structural stabilisation and new drainage works to the c.1860s-1880s Stables/Coach House complex, plus structural work to Smokehouse building. Works will enable re-use of the stables complex.

30 April 2018

Machinery Shed at Glenample Homestead, Princetown

$70,000

Urgent conservation and repair works to the c.1870s machinery shed, a vernacular structure in very poor condition with failing posts, beams and roofing structure.

30 April 2018

Rescue Station, Wonthaggi State Coal Mine

$60,000

Urgent external and internal brickwork repair and stabilisation works to c.1928 structure. The building is leased by Rescue Station Arts Inc. a community arts organisation.

May 2018

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