Monday 16th October 2017
Helping learner drivers become safer drivers
Friday 13th October 2017
Council supports NSW Motorcycle Awareness Month
Friday 6th October - Tuesday 31st October
Motorcycle Awareness Month
Tuesday 24th October 6:00pm - 8:00pm
GLS Learner Driver Workshop
As part of the National Trust Heritage Festival, Council biennially runs the Wingecarribee Heritage Awards (on odd-numbered years) with the assistance of the Wingecarribee Heritage Committee.
The Heritage Awards programme aims to recognise and celebrate projects, events or people who contribute positively to our understanding and appreciation of the heritage and history of the Southern Highlands. The awards also serve to promote excellence in the design of new elements in a heritage context and to encourage maintenance of heritage assets and heritage areas.
The next round of Heritage Awards competition was scheduled for April/May 2017. However, due to a staffing shortage and the Council elections which requires a new Heritage Committee to be formed, the 2017 Awards programme is delayed. At this stage Council is unsure as to when the 2017 Heritage Awards will proceed. For further enquiries please contact Susan Stannard, Senior Strategic Land Use Planner.
2015 Heritage Awards
The Heritage Awards programme was overhauled for 2015. The previous four categories were replaced with nine new categories that seek recognition of buildings, people, projects and precincts that make a positive contribution to local heritage.
The winners from 2015 are listed in the table below and further information may be downloaded from the 'Past Winners and Projects' section at the bottom of this page.
|Best Conservation of a Heritage Place - under $250,000||Winner: Conservation of 'Allambie', Berrima Road, Moss Vale|
|Best Sympathetic Addition to a Heritage Place - under $250,000||Highly Commended: 'Greeny Flat', Queen Street, Mittagong|
|Best Sympathetic Addition to a Heritage Place - $250,000 and over||Winner: Additions to 'Eccleston Park', Canyonleigh Road, Canyonleigh|
|Best Maintained Heritage Place||Winner: Harper's Mansion Management Committee for Harper's Mansion, Wilkinson Street, Berrima |
Highly Commended: 'Hatch Cottage', Mali Brae Farm, Nowra Road, Moss Vale
|Best Heritage Precinct||Winner: Conservation of the Joadja Historic Shale Oil Mining Town, Joadja Road, Joadja|
Joadja Historic Mining Town
|Best Heritage Tourism Project or Initiative||Winner: Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens Ltd for Oldbury Open Garden Weekend, Sutton Forest, April 2014|
Highly Commended: 'Mali Brae' Function Centre, Nowra Road, Moss Vale
Mali Brae Function Centre
|Significant Achievement in Heritage by an Individual or Organisation||Entrant: Berrima Bridge Camellia Project by Australian Garden History Society Southern Highlands Branch, Jellore Street, Berrima|
Berrima Bridge Camellia Project
|Best Contribution to an Understanding of Heritage in the Wingecarribee Shire||Joint Winner: Berrima Bridge Nurseries Conservation Management Plan by Australian Garden History Society Southern Highlands Branch|
Joint Winner: Mount Gibraltar Heritage Reserve and Quarries Information Booklet
Berrima Bridge Nurseries CMP
Mount Gibraltar Heritage Reserve Booklet
2015 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 400kB)
2013 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 196kB)
2011 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 426kB)
2009 Heritage Award Projects and Winners (PDF, 16kB)
For more information about the Wingecarribee Heritage Awards, contact Council's Strategic Planning section by telephone on (02) 4868-0888