Victoria’s Heritage Restoration Fund

Heritage buildingsVictoria’s Heritage Restoration Fund was launched in late 2013 and is a partnership between the City of Melbourne, the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure and the National Trust of Australia (Victoria).

VHRF offers grants to restore eligible heritage places. The grants are disbursed from a series of funds, including: Melbourne Heritage Restoration Fund, Yarra Heritage Restoration Fund, and the Victorian Heritage Register Places and Objects Fund.

The funds are overseen by a Committee of Management comprising representatives of the City of Melbourne, the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure, the MAV and the National Trust of Australia (Victoria).  

Formerly known as the Melbourne Heritage Restoration Fund, The Melbourne Heritage Restoration Fund has been successfully operating in Melbourne for the past 25 years, and was developed in 1988.

Find out more about Victoria's Heritage Restoration Fund

For all enquiries, and to make an application to the Melbourne Heritage Restoration Fund or Yarra Heritage Restoration Fund, please visit Victoria's Heritage Restoration Fund website.


Further information
VHRF Administrator
www.vhrf.org.au
admin@vhrf.com.au
9656 9870

Or

Further information
Liz Brant
Strategic Planner - Yarra City Council
9205 5332
elizabeth.brant@yarracity.vic.gov.au

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