The city has more than 700 places identified in its heritage database. To find out if a place is heritage listed, search for the address in the database below.
A heritage place can have one or more of the following types of heritage listings:
Local Government Inventory
(previously referred to as the Municipal Inventory)
The Local Government Inventory is an information only resource. Inclusion on the LGI has no implications for the development of a property over and above the requirements that are already in place as part of the city's Town Planning Scheme.
(previously referred to as the Town Planning Scheme Register of Places of Cultural Heritage Significance and/or TPS Register)
The Heritage List forms part of the City of Subiaco Town Planning Scheme and identifies properties that are of cultural heritage significance and considered worthy of protection.
(previously referred to as Conservation Area)
A Heritage Area is an area that has been assessed as having cultural heritage significance, within which it has been deemed necessary to apply special controls to conserve and enhance the streetscape(s).
State Register of Heritage Places
The state register includes properties that have cultural heritage significance at a state level. Planning approval is required when developing these properties and any development application received is required to be referred to the State Heritage Office for comment.
For more information on the different heritage lists visit the heritage information and resources page.