What is a conservation area?
Often it is not just a single house or building that is identified for heritage listing. A heritage conservation area is a precinct, streetscape, group of buildings, landscape, suburb or town with particular heritage values that give it a distinct identity. These heritage values can include historical origins, subdivision pattern, and consistency of building materials or the common age of its building stock. View Randwick's inventory of heritage items.
In addition to heritage items listed on the inventory, Randwick also has a number of heritage conservation areas:
- Botany Bay National Park PDF, 191.6 KB
- Caerleon Crescent PDF, 376.45 KB
- Dudley Street PDF, 83.26 KB
- Former Bunnerong Power Station PDF, 167.67 KB
- Gordon Square PDF, 71.94 KB
- High Cross PDF, 101.62 KB
- Malabar Headland PDF, 180.54 KB
- Moira Crescent PDF, 193.33 KB
- North Randwick PDF, 87.87 KB
- Old Tote/Fig Tree Theatre (UNSW) PDF, 202.06 KB
- Prince Henry Hospital PDF, 133.63 KB
- Racecourse Precinct PDF, 107.77 KB
- Randwick Environment Park PDF, 1055.33 KB
- Randwick Junction PDF, 325.6 KB
- Sacred Heart PDF, 192.64 KB
- Struggletown PDF, 180.26 KB
- St Judes PDF, 83.52 KB
- St Marks PDF, 99.08 KB
- The Spot PDF, 75.41 KB
- West Kensington PDF, 106.02 KB
State Heritage Register
To check properties in Randwick City which are listed on the State Heritage Register, you can search the online database (State Heritage Inventory) which is maintained by the Heritage Branch of the NSW Department of Planning.
To search for the Randwick heritage items:
- use the drop down arrow to select 'Randwick' in the Local Government Area field; then
- use the drop down arrow to select 'Heritage Act - State Heritage Register' in the Heritage Listings field.