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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.

News

  • National Trust Desk Diary 2015

    22 September 2014

    "Birds of Australia" artwork by Frank Hodgkinson. Available at the ACT office Mon-Thurs 9.30-3pm.

  • National Trust (ACT) AGM 2014

    14 August 2014

    Join us for this year's AGM with guest speaker Allen Mawer who will take us on a search for Jack Doolan of Castlemaine...

  • ACT Heritage Walking Tours App

    04 August 2014

    The ACT National Trust has developed an app to help iphone users to explore Canberra's best heritage areas via self-guided walki...

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Events

  • "The Luck of the Irish"

    Babette Smith is one of Australia's most respected experts on convict history. Her latest book is a fascinating portrait of colo...

  • 9th Reid Open Houses & Gardens9th Reid Open Houses & Gardens

    This program features a guided walk and visits three different Reid houses and gardens in this heritage listed residential preci...

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