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The National Trust of Australia (ACT) is a community-based, non-government, non-profit, community organisation. Our purpose is to foster public knowledge about and conserve places and objects that are significant to our heritage. Membership is open to any individual, family, business or organisation and benefits to membership include a free copy of our national and local journals, free entry to any National Trust property in Australia and Overseas and the opportunity to go attend any number of tours with our extensive program that caters for a wide spectrum of interests.

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Events

  • Germany Tour 2015Germany Tour 2015

    This tour will focus on UNESCO World Heritage listed places, but other places of national significance to the history and cultur...

  • Jerrabomberra WetlandsJerrabomberra Wetlands

    A talk by environmental scientist, Mark Butz, on the history and stories behind the area now known at Jerrabomberra Wetlands.

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    I posted 37 photos on Facebook in the album "Mugga-Mugga Open Day 2015" http://t.co/0ZnQH2fiSH

    21 April 2015 via Twitter

    A beautiful day! We hope everybody had fun, we certainly did.

    21 April 2015 via Facebook

    We have made submissions to the govt. regarding the future of the CSIRO Forestry and Westridge House as well as... http://t.co/c8J6tkbd2u

    21 April 2015 via Twitter

    We have made submissions to the govt. regarding the future of the CSIRO Forestry and Westridge House as well as blocks 1…

    21 April 2015 via Facebook