Community Nominations are now open for the Wyndham Heritage Review (Gap Study).
Wyndham has a rich and diverse cultural heritage stretching back more than 60,000 years to the Traditional Owners of this land, the peoples of the Kulin Nation.
Our region is home to special places and unique heritage sites, that tell the story of our City’s growth and development, including the influence of European settlement, agriculture and defence industries.
Over the next two years, Wyndham City is undertaking a review of post-contact heritage, a specific period of our history from first contact between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
This will include a review of previous heritage studies (2017, 2004), databases and community nominations, enabling Council to identify, assess and protect important heritage places and objects from this particular period of our history.
Community Nominations Now Open!
Do you know of a local place, structure, building, relic or object that might have heritage significance from this time period?
We’d love to hear from you.
Community Nominations for the Review are now open until 2 February 2020.
Nominate and find out more at Wyndham City's engagement platform The Loop