Heritage organisations in the ACT
Department of Territory and Municipal Services
The Department of Territory and Municipal Services plans, develops and delivers a range of state municipal services for the people of the ACT. It plays a key role in building Canberra's environmental, social, cultural and economic capital.
ACT Heritage is part of the ACT Government Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate, and assists in the conservation of the ACT's heritage assets to ensure their identification, preservation, protection, maintenance and enhancement (where appropriate) for present and future generations.
Website: ACT Heritage
ACT Heritage Council
The Heritage Act 2004 established the ACT Heritage Council as the ACT Government's key advisory body on heritage issues.
Website: ACT Heritage Council
Parks and Recreation
The Parks and Recreation Unit is responsible for planning and management of parks and reserves. It protects and conserves the natural resources of the ACT, promotes appropriate recreational, educational and scientific uses of our parks and reserves, and maintains the look of the city and its environs.
Website: Parks, Conservation and Lands
National Trust of Australia (ACT)
The National Trust of Australia (ACT) aims to foster public knowledge about and conserve places and objects that are significant to our heritage.
Website: National Trust of Australia (ACT)