Search the Tasmanian Heritage Register
There are a number of ways to check if a place is on the Tasmanian Heritage Register:
Click on the PDF document below. This provides a list of the entries on the Tasmanian Heritage Register by name and address.
To complete a search:
- press the Ctrl button and the F button on your keyboard (hold them down together)
- type your required search in the field that appears and hit enter
For best results keep your search simple. For example search ‘Davey’ instead of ’13-15 Davey Street’.
Tasmanian Heritage Register as at 21 December 2016 (275Kb)
LISTmap is a government mapping service. All places permanently entered on the Heritage Register will show as a blue dot at their location on the map. PLEASE NOTE: The Heritage Register layer on the LIST is being updated. Please check your search against the information in the PDF document above. If you are unsure, please email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To display heritage registered property locations on the map:
- Select ‘Layers’ in the top right hand corner of the map
- Click on ‘Add Layer’
- Click on ‘Location’ under the heading ‘Land Parcel and Property’
- Then press the green + button next to ‘Heritage Register – All Values’
- You should then see the map populated with blue markers which are the location of all the places entered in the Tasmanian Heritage Register.
- The search function is at the top of the page. Simply type in the address you want to find and hit enter.
Ring Heritage Tasmania to confirm details
If you have searched but are still not sure if your place is registered, or you can’t see it on the list but think it probably should be there, then ring the staff at Heritage Tasmania. They’re happy to help. Please find our contact details at the bottom of the page.
Request a Certificate for Affected Place
For those who would like an official record of whether a place is or isn’t on the Heritage Register, the Tasmanian Heritage Council can issue a Certificate for Affected Place. This option is commonly used by lawyers during legal processes such as conveyancing. There is a fee involved in obtaining a Certificate for Affected Place.
Convict built Spiky Bridge in Swansea (entry #1567)
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