Awards

Overview

Junction Arts Festival  

The City of Launceston often recognises the achievements of its residents. 

Read more in this section. 

Volunteer Recognition Awards

Winners of the 2017 Volunteer Recognition Awards have been announced. 

Thank you to all those who nominated for the awards, and congratulations to the winners. 

For more information please phone Community Development Project Officer, Sarah McCormack on 6323 3381 or email sarah.mccormack@launceston.tas.gov.au   

Heritage Awards

Heritage Award winner: Hydro substation

The City of Launceston's Heritage Advisory Committee began the annual Launceston Heritage Awards in 2008 in order to recognise people for sensitively restoring their heritage homes or business premises.

In order to allow for the broad range of enquiries and entries we have received over the years, an award for the promotion of heritage issues in the community was added in 2011, and in 2015 a specific category for garden and landscape was also incorporated.   

In 2014 the awards were expanded further to include a new junior photography award called Heritage Snap! Open to entrants under the age of 18 (in three age groups for primary, high school, and grade 11-12 students), the award aims to encourage young people to take an interest in the history and built heritage of our city.

2017 Heritage Awards 

Nominations have now closed. Winners announced Thursday, May 11. 

These annual awards recognise projects that have improved heritage places while maintaining their heritage value, or have otherwise promoted heritage issues around Launceston. 

This year the Awards will again include works to gardens and landscapes which are integral to significant heritage places, and Heritage Snap!, a photography award intended to encourage younger residents who take an interest in our heritage. 

Five award categories:

1. Heritage Building - small projects
Building works under $200,000 which retain the cultural significance of a heritage place.

2. Heritage Building - major projects
Building works over $200,000 which retain the cultural significance of a heritage place.

3. Heritage Garden and Landscape Projects
Works to the gardens or landscapes of a heritage place which retain their cultural significance.

4. Heritage promotion projects
Production of media, exhibitions or programmes, or conservation and promotion of heritage collection items. 

5. Heritage Snap! Photography awards
Young photographers between grades 3 and 12 are invited to enter this year's Heritage Awards with a photograph depicting their vision of Launceston's City Heart.

For further information, please contact our Heritage Planner or email heritageawards@launceston.tas.gov.au