Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Heritage

Heritage

In 2009, Division of Facilities Management commissioned the Heritage Group within the NSW Government Architects Office, Department of Services, Technology and Administration, to prepare the Heritage and Conservation Registers for CSU.

As a State Agency of NSW, CSU has certain obligations for heritage management under the NSW Heritage Act 1977, to manage their heritage assets on the behalf of the community. These obligations related to appropriate identification, management and conservation of heritage assets under the ownership or control of CSU.

Founded in 1989, CSU provides access to tertiary education across central, western and south-western NSW. In the years since it's establishment, the University has grown into a multi-campus institution with Australian Campuses located at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Canberra, Dubbo, Goulburn, Orange and Wagga Wagga. CSU owns and manages a diverse portfolio of asset across its campuses, including land, buildings, infrastructure, roads, trees and horticultural collections.

CSU has established a Heritage Management Committee, which can be contacted via DFM Central Point of Contact on 6338 6336.