Our Work

The National Trust of
South Australia manages
historic sites, natural
reserves, important
museums and folk
history collections.

Trust membership
provides free entry
to historic places
around the world.

Visit over 100
historic places
around South
Australia and over
800 worldwide.

Over 200,000 people visit
our properties annually.


Our Patrons

Our Patrons are a special group of like-minded philanthropists who have agreed to support the National Trust of South Australia through substantial donations.

If you would like to become a National Trust of South Australia Patron or seek further information please

click here


The National Trust of South Australia invites local government to enjoy

the many opportunities and benefits of a Civic Partnership.


Promote & Preserve Cultural, Natural & Built Heritage Appeal


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The State Office of the
National Trust of SA
is situated at
631 Glynburn Road,
Beaumont SA 5066

Beaumont House can be hired for functions.
All function enquiries
Helen Cartmel
T:(08)8202 9213

Functions at


Please download pdf

All Beaumont House Tours and

Burnside Branch

Chris Perriam (Secretary)
T:(08)8362 3036(hm)

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