Public consultation for this project has now closed. The Heritage Council's final decision after reviewing the public consultation submissions will be added to the Heritage Register.
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The Royalla Woolshed, built in 1907, has been provisionally registered on the ACT Heritage Register. The Royalla Woolshed was built with locally sourced bush posts and poles, as well as reused materials from a nearby former schoolhouse. This tells a story of the local response to place.
The Heritage Council called for public comment on the provisional listing through a survey between 24 September and 21 of October .
The public comments will help develop the Council’s initial view that the Royalla Woolshed is of special value because of its integrity as an intact group of structures and machinery that belong to early twentieth century shearing. All this provides an uncommon opportunity to appreciate the working life of a shearing shed of that period.
For more details see the Royalla Woolshed - Background Information.