Residents with a genuine interest in Eurobodalla’s heritage are sought to represent the community on Eurobodalla Council’s Heritage Advisory Committee.
Advisory committees are a valuable link between Council and the community and help to ensure Council understands issues that are important to the community.
The Heritage Advisory Committee helps with the implementation of Council’s Heritage Strategy 2017-21 and assists in finding and distributing funding for local heritage projects. The committee has a three-year term and members meet in Moruya during business hours at least three times a year.
Council encourages residents with relevant experience or qualifications to apply. Expressions of interest should be marked “Eurobodalla Heritage Advisory Committee” and sent to Eurobodalla Shire Council, PO Box 99, Moruya NSW 2537, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Heritage Advisory Committee” in the subject before 3 August 2018.
For more information or for a copy of the application form visit Council’s website www.esc.nsw.gov.au and search for “Heritage Advisory Committee” or phone Council’s Strategy and Heritage Planner Steve Halicki on 02 4474 1324.
Above: Norm Moore: One of our passionate local historians keen to see accessible History on the agenda for tourism and for the wider community in the area
Below: One of the great ideas presented to the Eurobodalla Heritage Advisory Committee is the James Gee sculpture installation bought together by Moruya Historian Norm Moore who has tirelessly lead a campaign to see the installation bought to life by the Moruya River to celebrate the town's history and to be an adjunct to the Moruya Museum .
Above: Sculptor Brian Carrick with "James Gee" the first blacksmith of Moruya
Above: Historian Norm Moore will re-present his James Gee historical celebration of the first blacksmith to Moruya and the legend of the naming of Vulcan Street.