The State Register of Heritage Places is a list of places given protection under the Heritage of Western Australia Act 1990. Find out how to access the register.
The State Register of Heritage Places is a statutory list of places that have been assessed by the Heritage Council of WA and are considered to have cultural heritage significance for Western Australia.
Registration follows a process of identification, assessment and consultation and includes:
• Buildings and structures
• Archaeological sites.
A list of properties on the State Register that are located within the City of Stirling can be found on the Heritage Council of WA website
. Simply select 'Places Database' and enter the search criteria 'State Register of Heritage Places' in the ‘Search in’ field, and 'Stirling' in the ‘Local Government’ field.