There are a number of heritage places across the Fraser Coast that tell the rich history of the region.

Ancient fish traps, shell middens and scar trees are evidence of the Butchulla people’s connection to country and the diverse architecture throughout the city of Maryborough provides a tangible link to the prosperity that flowed into the region from the Gympie Gold Rush and the commerce and migrants moving through the port.

Hinterland areas like Brooweena, Bauple and Torbanlea each have their own unique histories which are brought to life in the buildings and places of the past.

Fraser Coast Heritage and Character Incentive Scheme

The first round of the Fraser Coast Heritage and Character Incentive Scheme grants opened on 14 August and closed 25 September 2020.

Round Two 2020/2021 opens 1 February 2021 and closes 1 March 2021.

Fraser Coast Heritage Advisory Service

The Heritage Advisory Service is to encourage and assist building owners to conserve, restore, and protect their historic buildings; in particular, local heritage listed buildings and character buildings, by the provision of free, but limited, heritage related consultancy services.

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