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A heritage item is a building, place, object, archaeology site or Aboriginal object that is of particular historic or architectural merit and has been designated by Council or the State.

A heritage conservation area is an area that has been designated by Councils to help protect their unique character or history, including a place of Aboriginal heritage significance.

A Local Government Area Community Based Heritage Study of the former Cootamundra Shire was completed by Heritage Architect, Dr Peter Kabaila, for the former Cootamundra Shire Council and the NSW Department of Planning.

Final Heritage Study Amended Oct 2010 (PDF 3.54MB)
Public Exhibition of proposed Heritage Items and Conservation Areas in Cootamundra Shire (PDF 26KB)

For further information concerning heritage matters, visit the Heritage Council of NSW page on Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) website below,