Reports & plans

Sydney Living Museums cares for 12 of the most important historic houses, gardens and museums in NSW and their collections.

This section of our website lists our annual reports and some of our key plans. You will also find our Policies and our Access to government information pages.


Sydney Living Museums is committed to providing open access to information about our policies and procedures.

Access our policy & procedure documents here.

Access to government information

The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) gives you the right to access government information you ask for, unless there is an overriding public interest against release.

Find out more about how SLM provides access here.



Disability Inclusion Action Plan

The Environment and Heritage Portfolio Disability Inclusion Action Plan 2015-2019 (PDF 412KB) has been developed. It is aligned to the principles underpinning the United Nations Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities which acknowledges that people with disability have the same human rights as those without disability.

The Disability Inclusion Action Plan (DIAP) aims to improve the delivery of accessible and inclusive services, facilities and employment by all of the Environment and Heritage portfolio, including Sydney Living Museums.

Each quarter the DIAP steering committee will meet to share and report on progress in implementing the actions.

The structure of the plan is consistent with The Department of Family and Community Service (FACS) NSW Disability Inclusion Action Planning Guidelines and meets the requirements for NSW Government agencies under the Disability Inclusion Act (DIA) 2014.

Agencies across the Environment and Heritage portfolio worked in partnership with the Australian Network on Disability to prepare the plan. The Plan is our commitment to accessibility and inclusion for all.

If you require a version of the Disability Inclusion Action Plan in a suitable format a free copy can be obtained by contacting OEH.

Hyde Park Barracks Management Plan

This management plan was prepared in 2010 as part of the nomination process for a series of Australian convict heritage sites, including the Hyde Park Barracks, to the UNESCO World Heritage list. The plan provides information about the national heritage values and potential world heritage values of the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, as well as the statutory and management framework that will ensure that the national heritage values and potential world heritage values of the place are protected and conserved.

Download the Hyde Park Barracks management plan