Central Geelong Heritage Fund

The Central Geelong Heritage Fund (formerly known as the Major Heritage Fund) offers grants to undertake restoration works to eligible commercial heritage buildings in Central Geelong.

The program has a key focus on heritage restoration projects which have been identified through heritage studies and/or evidence to support their restoration, and will benefit the commercial streetscapes in Central Geelong. 

Please see further details about eligibility requirements in the grant guidelines (the guidelines on this site relate to the rounds that are now closed - updated guidelines will be available soon). 

The Greater Geelong council has agreed to temporarily suspend its 2020-21 Community Grants program, including the Central Geelong Heritage Fund and conduct a review, aiming to re-tailor the funding towards grants streams that will provide maximum support in the region’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Details of the revised 2020-21 grants program will be shared once the review is complete and the council has approved any proposed changes to the distribution of funding.

The council has also agreed to review applications for remaining funding in the 2019-20 community grants program, to assess which proposals could and could not go ahead in the current environment.

Recommendations for Round 2 2019-20 funding were endorsed at the council meeting of 26 May 2020.  A list of allocations can be viewed on this page - refer to the 'Related Documents' title below.

This site will be updated when new grant opportunities are announced.

For further information please contact our grants team on [email protected] or phone 03 5272 5272.

Please note that the grant information and guideline documents available on this page are for reference only as they relate to previous grant rounds.   These documents will be updated once new grant opportunities are released.

Page last updated: Friday, 29 May 2020