A second round of grants from the SA Heritage Grants Program will fund conservation works on 25 State Heritage places.
This is in addition to the 27 projects that received funding in the first round earlier this year.
The State Government initiative aims to help rejuvenate the state’s built heritage and ensure it is preserved for future generations.
Recipients in the latest round will undertake work at a range of heritage places, including Milang Butter Factory, Cape Jaffa Lighthouse, Holy Trinity Church in Adelaide, Angaston Railway Station and Clare Institute Library.
The repairs include structural stabilisation, façade restoration, stonework, re-roofing and plaster work.
The successful projects were selected by a panel of heritage architects and experts.
The grants range from $1900 to $20 000. They cover up to 50 per cent of the anticipated costs of conservation works or documentation, with the recipient responsible for matching funding.
In some cases, in-kind labour and materials might be recognised as part of the matching contribution.
The State Government committed $500 000 to part-fund projects under the program, but the outcome is expected to deliver more than $3.4 million worth of conservation works.
Click here for more information about the SA Heritage Grants Program. https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/topics/heritage/heritage-grants
The projects to receive grants in the second round of the program are listed below.
Pastor Rechner’s Cottage, Nuriootpa
Cemetery Conservation Management Plan (CMP)
Schirmer Cottage, Hahndorf
Milang Butter Factory
Cape Jaffa Lighthouse
Currency Creek Bridge
CMP and Engineering Assessment
St Andrew’s Uniting Church Strathalbyn
Condition Report and CMP
Regal Theatre, Kensington Park
Port Augusta Town Hall
St John’s, Norton Summit
Restore exterior stonework and downpipes
St John's, Norton Summit
Documentation of repairs
Sliding Rock Mine, Via Beltana
Re-roofing former blacksmith shop
Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide
Restoration work to West Facade
Courthouse Police Stables, Robe
Dwelling (former home of Richard Jagoe), Semaphore
Angaston Railway Station
Clare Institute Library
De Souza Bakery, Port Adelaide
Timber balcony and veranda restoration
Dunn Memorial Uniting Church, Mount Barker
Repairs to Spire and Tower of Church
Hamilton Winery, Eden Valley
Eden Valley Winery Tower Restoration
Coward Springs Railway Site, Via Port Augusta
Engine Drivers Cabin conservation work
Manning house, Montacute
Plaster and timber repairs
Mortimer Grave site, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide
Grave Site Repair
Thompson’s Residence, Mintaro
St Andrew’s, Glenelg
Restoration of front steps