Welcome to Local Heritage Places online. This information replaces Brisbane City Council’s online Heritage Register database.

Brisbane City Council’s Local Heritage Places online allows you to search for local heritage places identified in Brisbane City Plan 2014 and find different information about a place, such as historical facts and features, architectural period and style, and photographs.

You can search by a place’s name, address, lot plan, the name of its architect, builder or people associated with the place, and type of place.

Information for state heritage places is included on the Queensland Heritage Register. Some local heritage places are also considered of significance to the State, and are also on the Queensland Heritage Register.

Explore the Local Heritage Places

Detail on a Spring Hill house

Nominate a local heritage place

If you would like to nominate a place for inclusion in the Heritage overlay, review the heritage criteria and nominate online.

Nominate a Heritage Place
Brisbane city at night

City Plan Heritage overlay

The Heritage overlay identifies sites that have either local or state heritage values. This overlay explains what development would be appropriate on, or adjoining, these sites.

Heritage Overlay Code
City Plan interactive map

City Plan Interactive Mapping

You can navigate a map of Brisbane that shows zoning, overlays, neighbourhood plans and priority infrastructure plan maps.

City Plan Interactive Mapping
Heritage Incentives Scheme Heritage Property Fact Sheets Queensland Heritage Register