The winners will be announced on 3 April 2014 at His Majesty's Theatre in Perth. Coincidentally, His Majesty's was built by Gus Liebe who later went on to become the largest wheat farmer in the world (with an enormous property spanning parts of Carnamah, Winchester, Coorow, Waddy Foesrt, Bunjil and Latham).
The full list of finalists for all eleven categories of the awards can be seen on the website of the State Heritage Office and also in a media release by the Hon. Albert Jacob, MLA for Heritage. Other related articles:
- Seven Mid West Finalists in WA Heritage Awards by The West Australian
- Geraldton and region featured in finalists announced for State Heritage Awards by Everything Geraldton
- Carnamah a finalist in heritage awards by The Central Midlands & Coastal Districts Advocate