Lucy King
Heritage Consultant

Lucy King is a cultural heritage professional with a background in historical research, conservation and museums theory.

She holds a Master of Heritage Conservation from the University of Sydney and is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of New South Wales.

Lucy is an experienced researcher and has strong skills in compiling conservation management plans, heritage impact statements, significance assessments, archival recordings, as well as heritage interpretation plans for heritage sites and cultural heritage collections. She has practical experience in working across a range of property types, from residential to commercial, as well as large-scale sporting facilities and churches.

She is well versed in working with a range of clients from both the private and public sectors. She also has substantial experience in research, conservation, community outreach, editorial and project coordination roles at a range of leading cultural institutions and not-for-profits, including the Powerhouse Museum, Art Gallery of New South Wales and the History Council of New South Wales.

Lucy is passionate about art, heritage and the conservation of built and natural environments.


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‘The future of heritage is rediscovering the importance of places, what they meant and why they should be important to us today.’


Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of New South Wales (currently undertaking)
Master of Heritage Conservation, University of Sydney
Bachelor of Arts, University of Sydney