The state government’s second round of SA heritage grants is now open for owners of heritage properties across the Eyre Peninsula.
Grants will help owners of State Heritage properties to undertake vital preservation and restoration works.
The first round of grants helped unlock over $1.6 million for conservation of 27 properties across the state, including Poonindie who received an amount of money that will see the restoration of the Aboriginal mission.
Round Two of the SA Heritage Grants Program, with a total of $250,000 available for grants, now open and will close on 29 July 2019.
Minister for Environment and Water David Speirs said the state has a rich architectural, historical and cultural heritage and the State Government wants to see heritage places re-energised.
“I encourage all State Heritage property owners to look at how the program can help them undertake restoration works which are important to the preservation of our history.