Partners in your building success


Keystone Architects has extensive experience as Heritage Architects having worked on most of the heritage listed properties in Maryborough, Queensland of which there are many.  

We understand the heritage protection system and know how to negotiate outcomes satisfactory to all parties. 

Our work includes preparation of measured drawings to record a heritage place, recommendation of appropriate repairs and maintenance, preparation of impact statement to accompany an application for an exemption certificate and preparation of working drawings for building adaptation and recycling. 

Our experience means that we are familiar with the types of problems often encountered by the owners of older buildings.  We can calmly assess and advise appropriate solutions. 

We work in association with Converge Heritage + Community on projects requiring their archaeological and historical research capabilities and experience.

Community Projects 

  • Theatre & cultural venues  
  • Art galleries 
  • Fire stations 
  • Police Stations 
  • Court Houses 
  • Council Chambers 
  • Meals on Wheels kitchens
  • Churches
  • Meeting halls particularly with regard to amenity upgrade and provision of disability access.

 Most of our community projects require us to work with client committees rather than an individual person.  There is an art to extracting effective and timely decisions from these bodies to ensure they obtain the most cost effective outcomes within designated timeframes.  Often we are designated Project Managers to facilitate delivery of government funding. 



  • Brolga Theatre, Maryborough in association with Bligh Voller Neild

  • Station Master's residence, Maryborough - Conversion to offices

  • Stirling, Maryborough

  • Craignish Auxiliary Fire Station

  • Craignish Auxiliary Fire Station

  • Craignish Auxiliary Fire Station