The Local Government Inventory is a register that identifies the places and areas that are of cultural heritage significance in the local area. It recognises the importance of heritage places to the local community, and provides a record of the places that are an important part of the history of the area.

All local governments are required to compile a Local Government Inventory under the Heritage Act 2018. Under the new act they are referred to as 'Local Heritage Surveys'.

Further information on local heritage surveys is available on the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage website.

Each place is allocated a management category between A and D, with A being the most significant and D being the least significant. Management categories recognise the different levels of significance and intactness of heritage places and provide recommendations to the Shire as to the kind of care that should be taken for each place.

View the Shire's Municipal Heritage Inventory.