Heritage recognition program

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The City of Port Phillip manages a program of heritage site identification and marking where a series of sites of historical significance have been selected within the City. Each site is marked with a discreet plaque that provides information about the site's history. The heritage plaques encourage further exploration of Port Phillip's history.

Council's Cultural Heritage Reference Committee, comprising a Councillor, representatives of the Port Melbourne and St Kilda Historical Societies and the Middle Park History Group, and local residents, assess nominated sites against the Heritage Recognition Program criteria outlined in the Heritage Recognition Program Guidelines.

Forty-three sites have so far been selected to be fitted with markers. These sites represent the diverse history of the area, and explore themes such as the arts and entertainment, transport, noteworthy residents, industry, commerce and architecture.

To find out more about these sites select from the links below.

Albert Park & Middle Park Heritage Recognition Sites

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Elwood & Ripponlea Heritage Recognition Sites
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Port Melbourne Heritage Recognition Sites

 

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South Melbourne Heritage Recognition Sites

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St Kilda & East St Kilda Heritage Recognition Sites

 

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