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The National Trusts of Australia are community-based, non-government organisations, committed to promoting and conserving Australia's indigenous, natural and historic heritage through its advocacy work and its custodianship of heritage places and objects.

The National Trust is supported by the Department of the Environment


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  • Twilight Hawkers MarketTwilight Hawkers Market

    Hot balmy nights, delicious wafting smells, tasty rustic street food, coloured lanterns lighting up the sky. This all sounds lik...

  • Time Travellers
Time Travellers

    Travel around James Cook Museum and discover the journeys and stories of the people whose travels lead them to Cooktown.

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    More info about these globally significant Places can be found: http://t.co/QbH9YiTXBp and here: http://t.co/pdjUG7wXd5

    18 April 2014 via Twitter

    Did you know there are two UNESCO World Heritage Places in WA - Fremantle Prison, and the Shark Bay WH Area.

    18 April 2014 via Twitter

    WA - The Retrospective celebrates the planning work of a Natiolnal Trust Founder, Margaret Feilman. It's on for the next month. #NTWAfest

    18 April 2014 via Twitter

    WA - The Trust's Heritage Festival is launching today w/ the Feilman Retrospective: http://t.co/Z18quqA8Cp #NTWAfest

    18 April 2014 via Twitter