National Trust Heritage Awards22.02.2017
The National Trust Heritage Awards are now in their 23rd year of recognising heritage projects.
The awards are highly regarded in the industry and by entering you have the opportunity for peer and public recognition of your work. This is your chance to be judged for the work you are proud of. The awards are presented over a luncheon ceremony which is the signature event of the Australian Heritage Festival. Last year this was attended by 400 guests, including heritage icons such as Jack Mundey. This year, our Master of Ceremonies will be Wendy Harmer, Comedian, Actor, TV and Radio personality and supporter of the National Trust.
Entrants for the awards include councils, community groups, corporations and individuals. The entries include everything from education and research, to restoration of objects, re-vitalisation, architectural re-invigoration, documentaries, regeneration of the environment and hard working advocacy campaigners.
Entry categories include:
- Adaptive Re-use
- Conservation – Built Heritage
- Conservation – Landscape
- Education and Interpretation
- Heritage Publications
- Research and Investigation/Analysis
- Advocacy Campaigns
- Conservation – Interiors and Objects
- Continuing Tradition – New Design, Construction & Development
- Heritage Events and Exhibitions
- Heritage Tours and Multimedia
Entries close midnight 15th March 2017.
For more information and to enter visit the website.