Advantages of a Heritage Listed Building

People who own and live in Heritage listed buildings generally do so because they value the character and feeling of the building and wish to protect it. Owners of Heritage listed items have access to the free Heritage advisory service and grant incentives. Protection of Heritage items also requires Council to carefully consider the effect of any proposed developments in the area surrounding the item.


Free Heritage Advisory Service

Council's Heritage Advisor is Ms Susan Appleyard. All enquiries for Susan can be directed through the Environmental Services Department. A free heritage service is available to owners or prospective owners seeking advice on traditional building materials, repairs,alterations and possible new uses for old buildings.


Heritage Listings

Several items of heritage significance are listed in Schedule 5 of the Jerilderie Local Environmental Plan 2012 as well as the main street area being considered as a heritage conservation area.

Heritage Items

  • Monash Park Grandstand
  • Public School and Headmaster’s Residence
  • Old Coree Homestead and farm buildings
  • St Joseph’s Catholic Church
  • St Joseph’s Convent
  • Royal Mail Hotel
  • Uniting Church
  • Sir John Monash’s House
  • Printery
  • Bank (former)
  • Jerilderie Court House
  • Police stables
  • Roman Catholic Manse
  • St Stephens Anglican Church and Hall
  • Jerilderie Railway Station Group
  • Willows Museum
  • Jerilderie Ned Kelly Post Office and surrounds
  • Blacksmiths Museum
  • The Yanko Store