The Beaufort Court House has been home to the Beaufort Historical Society since the court closed in 1982.
The building has been managed by Working Heritage since 2006. Working Heritage manages heritage places on Crown land in Victoria, Australia, through conservation, adaptation and re-use. They are responsible for 16 heritage places across metropolitan and regional Victoria – from the Former Royal Mint in central Melbourne to court houses in rural towns. They specialise in managing government assets of heritage significance that are no longer needed to their original function – their role is to revitalise them to ensure they have a purpose. Finding contemporary uses for these places contributes to their continued care.
Refer separate listing for the Beaufort Historical Society