City of Stirling calls for heritage nominations

Mount Flora Regional Museum at Watermans Bay. Photo: Louise White
Mount Flora Regional Museum at Watermans Bay. Photo: Louise White

DO you know a culturally significant place in the City of Stirling that should be retained?

The City is seeking nominations of locations that represent its history and should be recorded and/or preserved.

Venues may be added to the Heritage Inventory, which catalogues places the community view as important but are not protected, which may have aesthetic, historic, social or scientific value.

The inventory has more than 480 venues, including Hale School Memorial Hall and Inglewood Police Station.

Places that need protection because of a high level of cultural heritage significance will form part of the Heritage List, which includes Mt Lawley’s Beaucott Building, Briggs Kiln in Carine and the Mount Flora Regional Museum in Watermans Bay.

Nominations are open at yoursay.stirling.wa.gov.au/heritage until September 21.