Research and publications
We publish a range of publications about protecting and understanding Victoria's fascinating heritage.
Here we provide links to a wide range of information, both technical and general, for every level of interest.
A range of technical guides and leaflets on all aspects of caring for heritage places and objects.
What house is that?
What house is that? provides online interactive and booklet information exploring our nine main housing styles: from early Victorian to Modern.
Heritage area studies
Information about heritage area studies in Victoria.
Conservation Management Plans
Conservation Management Plans allows owners, property managers and approval authorities to make sound decisions about heritage places.
Heritage places and sustainability guidance sheetsHow to make heritage places more sustainable, including case studies and current projects.
Framework of Historical Themes
Victoria's Framework of Historical Themes highlights what is distinctive about Victoria and increases awareness and appreciation of the State's heritage.
Heritage trades and professional training project
Courses and further education regarding cultural heritage management.
Landscapes and gardens
Heritage landscapes and gardens. Like any cultural practice and art form, garden making has evolved over time, reflecting changing resources, technology, social demographics, ways of life, urban and rural situations, fashions, social and family structures.
Preserving war heritage and memorabilia
A series of fact sheets providing information about preserving war-related heritage.
Thematic and Typological studies
Read about how to access thematic and typological studies.