The Queensland Heritage Strategy: A ten year plan (PDF), was launched in 2009. The strategy defines how Queensland, through the leadership of government and the Queensland Heritage Council, will manage and coordinate heritage issues which are central to community identity, and economic and environmental sustainability.
Five key areas were identified in the Queensland Heritage Strategy: a ten-year plan.
- Communicating values – improving the way Queenslanders understand and value their cultural heritage
- Strengthening policy – embedding cultural heritage in mainstream policy and planning
- Maximising sustainable investment – strengthening Queensland’s investment in managing and conserving its cultural heritage
- Building partnerships – leading and partnering with government, community and industry to conserve Queensland’s cultural heritage
- Developing capacity – building the capacity of government, community and industry to conserve Queensland’s cultural heritage.