Heritage Conservation Areas

There are nine Heritage Conservation Areas within the Clarence Valley

In addition to the individual heritage items, there are nine Heritage Conservation Areas within the Clarence Valley. These include most of the historic core areas of the towns and villages with noteworthy collections of period buildings. The purpose of the Conservation Areas is to give overall protection to the heritage character and scale and form of these areas and ensure that the collective values of these areas are maintained.  Click on the links to maps of the Conservation Areas.

Conservation Area Maps  

Brushgrove
Chatsworth Island 
Grafton    
Harwood      
Lawrence  
Maclean    
South Grafton 
Ulmarra  
Yamba

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