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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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  • Crookwell and Taralga Bus TourCrookwell and Taralga Bus Tour

    Due to popular demand we are running another bus out to historic Crookwell and surrounds. Seats still available.

  • 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...

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    Join us at the National Archives of Australia for a talk on the intriguing history of the Jerrabomberra Wetlands, one of…

    27 April 2015 via Facebook

    The ACT and Region Annual Australian Heritage Partnership Symposium 2015 is now accepting submissions. Do you want to ha…

    25 April 2015 via Facebook

    The ACT Heritage Council announced the listing of 4 sites but decided not to list the following: 1. Red Hill... http://t.co/wx1uWf9xEZ

    24 April 2015 via Twitter

    The ACT Heritage Council announced the listing of 4 sites but decided not to list the following:…

    24 April 2015 via Facebook