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i-Heritage database

i-Heritage is the City of Melbourne's online database of heritage places.

The City of Melbourne has commissioned heritage studies since the early 1980s and now has an invaluable collection of heritage information for more than 8000 places within the municipality, which is available online.

This heritage information has been transcribed from the original Conservation Studies and is useful for property owners, occupiers, architects, students and others who have an interest in heritage places.

The Council has the heritage data for all suburbs within the City of Melbourne. The i-Heritage database provides a wide range of details on individual buildings including:

  • building grading
  • architectural style
  • heritage status
  • notable features
  • statements of significance
  • historical information
  • builder
  • photograph of current building

Download the complete inventory:

The i-Heritage database contains properties included in Conservation Studies, however not all properties are subject to heritage protection. 

To check if a property is subject to heritage protection, refer to the Heritage Overlay within the Melbourne Planning Scheme and the Victorian Heritage Register.

If you have any queries about the Conservation Studies or the heritage information on the database, or you would like to access the original Conservation Study, contact the Planning Team on 03 9658 9658 or visit us between 8.30am and 5.00pm, Monday to Friday at:

Planning and Building Counter
Council House 2
Level 3
240 Little Collins Street

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