Nominating a heritage place
Anyone can nominate a place as being of State significance. A place can also be identified by the South Australian Heritage Council (the Council) itself or through a recommendation from a heritage survey.
Nominated places are assessed against the criteria outlined in the Heritage Places Act 1993. If a nominated place is considered to be of State significance it will be provisionally entered into the South Australian Heritage Register (the Register) by the Council or its delegate.
Please note that places which have been nominated during past three years will not be reconsidered by the South Australian Heritage Council unless the nominator can provide significant new information not provided through any previous nomination and assessment.
We are here to help! It is strongly advised that you discuss your nomination with a heritage assessment officer in Heritage South Australia before submitting. Please telephone (08) 8124 4960 and ask to speak to a heritage assessment officer.