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Choose a heritage advisor

Why you may need to engage a heritage advisor and how to find one.

Why would I need a Heritage Advisor?

Under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006 a Heritage Advisor may be engaged to:

These roles require the ability to carry out heritage assessments and prepare written technical reports that meet specified standards.

How can I find a Heritage Advisor?

Find a list of Heritage Advisors here:

Heritage Advisor List
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If you are a Heritage Advisor who would like to be added to this list, apply by completing this form:

Application to be listed as a Heritage Advisor
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Find out more about appropriate qualifications needed to be a Heritage Advisor:

Minister's Guidelines on Appropriate Qualifications for Heritage Advisors
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How should I choose a Heritage Advisor?

First Peoples – State Relations strongly recommends you engage Heritage Advisors who are appropriately qualified and have extensive practical experience in, and demonstrated knowledge of, the management of Aboriginal cultural heritage.

We recommend you seek references and examples of previous work before you engage them.

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