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Development on local heritage sites is regulated by law. Places assessed as having local heritage significance are listed on the Gold Coast Local Heritage Register. They may also be listed on the Queensland Heritage Register.
Heritage sites include:
Places listed on the Gold Coast Local Heritage Register are regulated under the Queensland Heritage Act 1992, the Queensland Heritage Regulation 2015 and other planning legislation. Parts of the City Plan also apply, particularly section 8.2.9 Heritage overlay code.
For more information go to our Local Heritage Register page or contact our Heritage Unit:
Phone – 07 5582 8875
Email – HeritageRegister@goldcoast.qld.gov.au
Some heritage listed places on the Gold Coast are of State significance. These places are also entered in the Queensland Heritage Register. Development on a Queensland Heritage Place must be approved by the State Government.
For more information, go to the Department of Environment and Science.
For help with development on a Queensland Heritage Place within the city, call our Heritage Team on 07 5582 8875.