The City of Gold Coast local government area contains cultural heritage of significance to the people of the Gold Coast and Queensland. We have a unique and diverse cultural heritage.
The City of Gold Coast identifies places of local cultural heritage significance in the Gold Coast Local Heritage Register and Heritage Overlay, and protects listed places in the City Planning Scheme for future generations.
Anyone can propose a place for entry to the Gold Coast Local Heritage Register.
For further information about the Gold Coast Local Heritage Register and nomination process, please refer to the Gold Coast Local Heritage Register page.
The City of Gold Coast provides free advice to the Gold Coast community about caring for places of local cultural heritage significance.
For assistance please contact email@example.com
These easy-to-use guidelines are for property owners of both heritage listed and non-heritage listed places.
Development on Gold Coast local heritage places is regulated under the City Planning Scheme. For further information about development on a local heritage place, please refer to the Development on local heritage places page.