The Queenscliffe Heritage Restoration Fund offers low interest loans for the restoration or enhancement of historic buildings or works within the town. The urgency and importance of the works are the main criteria. Repairs and maintenance to unusual features often have a high priority.
New works could include the reinstatement of a missing veranda, but would not include extensions or a new kitchen. The fund is not intended as the primary source for paying for the usual maintenance costs associated with properties, but is there to assist owners with any additional costs they may incur associated with repairs and maintenance of a heritage place.
An online application form for the Heritage Restoration Fund will be made available soon.
"What house is that?" identifies housing styles from early Victorian to modern and provides specific information on each style. It provides an understanding of the development of our built heritage, as well as sections on paint schemes, how to make your home more energy-efficient and how to avoid mistakes when renovating.