GML Heritage in Melbourne

Our Melbourne team excels at understanding and articulating connections between people and places through heritage.

GML Heritage Victoria (formerly Context) collaborate on heritage projects of all scales.

With deep expertise across local government, state and federal agencies, they deliver heritage services that are respected and depended upon.

The team has a 30+ year record of achievement across local, state significant and World Heritage sites. Our work includes the Grassdale Aboriginal Cultural Values Assessment in collaboration with Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, landscape studies such as the Victorian Government’s Avenues of Honour Project, landmark community values studies such as LGBTQIA+ heritage values for City of Yarra, World Heritage sites such as the Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, heritage interpretation plans for landmark developments including Melbourne Connect (Royal Women’s Hospital), and the award-winning Hoddle Grid Heritage Review.

Members of the team are here to help find heritage solutions. They can navigate permit and consent processes, undertake historical research, prepare heritage documentation, and consult with relevant regulatory authorities and Traditional Owners. They deliver respectful consultation services with First Peoples that recognise cultural knowledge and values.

Helped by strong relationships within the sector, the Melbourne team collaborate with architects, planners, landscape architects, engineers, marine archaeologists, conservators, arborists, photographers and cost planners.

Where others might see heritage risks and challenges, the team seeks collaborative solutions and heritage outcomes that create new futures.

Learn more about our capability.