Queensland Heritage Council

A Queensland authority

To provide strategic advice to the Minister on matters relating to Queensland's cultural heritage including for example, the measures necessary to conserve Queensland's cultural heritage; and to provide information to the community to encourage interest in, an understanding of, Queensland's cultural heritage; to advise entities about conserving Queensland's cultural heritage, including, for example, government entities and community organisations; to encourage the appropriate management of places of cultural heritage significance; and to perform other functions given to the council by the Minister. Its primary functions include entering places in and removing places from the Heritage Register, and advising the responsible Minister on applications for development of registered places owned by the State.

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