|The National Trust of Australia (WA) will be the pre-eminent independent organisation promoting the conservation and interpretation of Western Australiaís unique heritage and educating the community about the use of cultural heritage (historic, natural and Indigenous) for the long-term social, economic and environmental benefit of the community.|
|The National Trust of Australia (WA) will conserve and interpret Western Australiaís heritage (historic, natural and Indigenous) for present and future generations.|
|The National Trust of Australia (WA)|
|The National Trust of Australia (WA) works to raise knowledge, awareness, understanding and commitment to Western Australia’s natural, Aboriginal and historic heritage. The Trust achieves this objective through the conservation and interpretation of heritage places it manages on behalf of the community and government of Western Australia, and through its education and learning programs.|
The National Trust of Australia (W.A.) was established in Western Australia in 1959 by a group of concerned citizens who identified the need to promote heritage conservation. This group grew rapidly and included some of the most prominent citizens in the State. Some five years later an Act of Parliament was passed in the State Parliament which formally established the Trust as an independent community based organisation.
|In Australia each state and territory has a National Trust all of which are members of the Australian Council of National Trusts.|
The National Trust is a registered charity.
The National Trust of Australia (W.A.) Act 1964-1970 can be found on the Australasian Legal Institute (Austlii) Database.
| The National Trust of Australia (WA) is a statutory body that delivers heritage services through whole of government appropriations. The organisation delivers services in the areas of property and collection management, natural heritage management and education and learning programs.|
Council of the National Trust of Australia (WA)
|The Council consists of 25 members, of which 16 members are elected from amongst members of the National Trust and the remaining nine members are appointed by nominating organisations. Terms conclude following the Annual General Meeting in the year of expiry.|
Hon John Cowdell AM JP BA (Hons) Dip Ed Hon D Litt
Terms ends 2015
Hon John Cowdell has been a member of the Trust for 18 years, and has served as Vice President and on the Executive of the Trust.
He is a previous President of the Legislative Council, Chairman of the Regional Development Council of WA, Chairman of the Peel Development Commission, Chairman of the State's 175th Anniversary Committee and a Councillor of Curtin University.
Mr Cowdell is a Patron of the Art Deco Society of Western Australia. He chaired the National Trust's Kalgoorlie Trades Hall, Lawson Apartments and Parliament House Appeals and has been closely involved with the establishment of John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library and the conservation of the Curtin Family Home.
Mr Gregory Boyle LIB Deputy Chair
Term Expires: 2014
A partner in the Jackson McDonald law firm, Mr Boyle practises in the property, corporate and securities areas and is a visiting lecturer and tutor at the University of Western Australia.
A Member of the Advisory Board at the University of Notre Dame Australia Law School, he is also a Past President of the Law Society of Western Australia. Mr Boyle is a past board member and Acting Chair of the West Australian Opera.
Mr Max Kay AM CIT WA
President - Appointed Councillor - The Premier's Representative
Term Expires: 2013
Mr Max Kay AM CIT WA arrived in Perth from Scotland in 1967 and soon became one of Western Australia's most sought after performers. In January 2001 Max closed the Theatre to pursue other goals, of a community nature, by concentrating on various charitable causes that he had helped throughout his business career and running for the City of Perth Council to which he was elected.
In June 2001 Max's contribution to the entertainment and hospitality industry, was recognized when he was awarded the Citizen of the Year for the Arts Culture and entertainment category. In the same year, he was thrilled to receive the Premiers award for 'Legend of the Hospitality Industry'. He earned his highest accolade in January 2003 when he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for services to the entertainment industry and for charitable works.
That same year he was proud to be one of 1300 Australians to receive the Prime Ministerís Centennial Medal. Max was always extremely grateful to have been awarded The Viet Nam Logistical Support Medal and a special Citation from the Commander of the American Defence Force General Abrahams, for his services, in entertaining troops from both Countries as an initiative of the Australian Government.
Max has been a tireless worker for the Community, sitting on many Boards and committees and devoting time to his favourite charities.
Ms Helen Cogan LLB (UWA) LLB (Wits)
Term Expires: 2014
Ms Cogan has worked as a solicitor for both government and private firms around the world (including the legal department of The National Trust in the United Kingdom). In 2005, Ms Cogan retired from the State Solicitor's Office.
Prof Jenny Gregory AM FRHS MPHA BA (Hons) PhD
Term Expires: 2013
Head of the Schools of Humanities and Music, and formerly Chair of History, at The University of Western Australia, her main academic research interests are urban history and heritage.
Professor Gregory's contribution to the National Trust was recognised in 2001 with a Centenary of Federation Medal and in 2004 when she was named a Champion of the Built Environment.
Her contribution to the community as an historian and academic was recognised in 2010 when she was made a member of the Order of Australia for the promotion and preservation of local and regional history in Western Australia.
Former Chair of Council (2008-09), Past President of the National Trust of Australia (WA) (1998 - 2007), and former Deputy Chair of the Australian Council of National Trusts (2008-09), she is also past President of the History Council of WA (2003-07) and a former Director of UWA Press. She is currently a Director of the WA History Foundation.
Mr Roger Jennings MA (Cantab), EurChem, CChem, FRSC
Term Expires: 2014
A retired British Civil Servant and Diplomat in the government healthcare field with a background in quality management and science policy.
He has had a keen interest in architecture, design and heritage preservation for over thirty years and been a member of National Trust organisations in the UK, USA, Malta and Australia. Mr Jennings has been actively involved in volunteering with several charitable organisations for the past 15 years and has worked as a volunteer administrator with the National Trust of Australia (WA) for 5 years.
Dr Robyn Taylor MPHA
Term Expires: 2015
Dr Taylor works as a historian, curator and heritage consultant, her special areas of interest being Western Australian art, architecture and cultural heritage.
She has served as Councillor on the inaugural Heritage Council of Western Australia, has received a Champion Award for the Year of Built Environment and in 2005, the National Trust's Stirling Award for over 15 years voluntary service.
Mrs Peggy Clarke
Term Expires: 2013
Mrs Clarke has actively volunteered for the National Trust for the last eleven years.
A heritage enthusiast and a volunteer guide at Tranby House, she has also carried out a number of research projects for the National Trust.
A member of the City of Gosnells Heritage Committee, Mrs Clarke is also a member of the City of Gosnells museum. Mrs Clarke has worked at the B Shed, at the Maritime Museum and as a guide at the Round House.
Associate Professor Alistair Paterson
Term Expires: 2013
Associate Professor Alistair Paterson is Discipline Chair of Archaeology at the University of Western Australia.
His research and teaching covers culture contact, historical archaeology in maritime and terrestrial settings, sheep and cattle pastoralism, European colonization, historical rock art, and archaeological and historical methodology.
Much of his work is now located in Western Australia, including regional studies of Australia's Northwest, the uses of coast and offshore islands in colonial and pre-colonial settings (in collaboration with the Western Australian Museum), and early colonial settlements across the state.
He is past President of the Australian Archaeological Association (2005-2007), and has been involved with editing for, and publishing in, key Australian archaeology journals including Archaeology in Oceania, Australasian Historical Archaeology, and Australian Archaeology.
Ms Christine Lewis
Term Expires: 2014
Christine has been involved with the National Trust movement since the early 1980s when she first joined in New South Wales. She was also a Trust member in the ACT where she served on the Education and Culture Committee from 1987 to 1990, and worked as a Trust volunteer organising Heritage Week activities, seminars and conferences. Christine is a Trust member in Western Australia and was appointed to the Council in May 2012.
Christine holds the degrees of Bachelor of Education in Art (UNSW) and Master of Education Management (UWA). She is an experienced museum and heritage professional based in Perth, having previously worked for the ACT Heritage Committee in Canberra (1987-90), and at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney (1990-95). She has been employed in a curatorial role at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery (UWA) 1997-8 and then for ten years as Registrar and Manager Assessment and Registration at the WA State Office of Heritage. Since 2008 she has worked and continues to work in the area of Aboriginal heritage.
Term Expires: 2013
Mr King is the Deputy Commissioner for the Department of Veterans' Affairs in Western Australia. He has extensive senior executive experience in the Commonwealth and State public sectors as well as in private industry.
Mr King is a member of the National Trust's Finance and Audit Committee.
Fiona Bush AICOMOS
Term Expires: 2014
An archaeologist, she has worked in the heritage industry for the past 28 years as a heritage consultant specialising in the assessment of heritage buildings, particularly vernacular buildings, and also in the area of industrial archaeology. She has been a member of the National Trust for the past 26 years and during that period of time has served on the Built Environment Committee, the Classifications Standing Committee and held the position of Chair of the Built Environment Committee for 11 years. She received the Stirling Award in 2000 and in 2006 was awarded honorary Life Membership of the National Trust.
Fiona is also heavily involved with local historical societies, in particular the Mundaring and Hills Historical Society (Inc), and has served as President of that society for the past 8 years. She is a Councillor of the Royal Western Australian Historical Society (Inc) and a member of the Heritage Council’s Register Committee.
In the past few years she has been conducting research for a PhD on the contribution of convicts to Western Australia’s colonial built environment. The dissertation has just been submitted for examination.
Dr Ken Collins
Term Expires: 2014
As Deputy Mayor of the City of Nedlands, Chairman of the Ethics Committee of Lighthouse Laboratories and Patron the Langford & Districts Senior Citizens and Retired Persons Club, Dr Ken Collins brings a range of valued experience to his role National Trust Councillor.
A retired Medical Practitioner with 40 years’ experience in General Practice, four years as a Medical Officer in the RAAF and three years as Associate Medical Director of Geigy Pharmaceuticals, Dr Collins has served previously as a Member and Chairman of the Medic Alert Council of WA (21 years), Commissioner of St John Ambulance Volunteer First Aid Service (9 years), Director of Australian Rotary Health Research Fund (8 years), and Director of Interplast Australia (17 years).
Dr Collins is the Coordinator for Australia of the Polio Eradication Initiative. A Rotarian for 44 years, he has served at all levels including Trustee of The Rotary Foundation and Director of the International Board.
Dr Kenneth Collins Honours and Awards include:
• WA Senior Australian of the Year 2007
• Winner of WA Seniors Community Service Award 2004
• Awarded Centenary Medal 2003
• AMA Award for Outstanding Service to Medicine 1994
• Member of the Order of Australia 1994
• WA Citizen of the Year for Community Service 1991
Mr Max Hipkins MSc BTRP BArch DipAdmin
Term Expires: 2015
Mr Hipkins - a planner, architect and engineer, rejoins the Council after a 10 year absence.
With a career as a consultant and local government director, he has experience in heritage assessment, conservation plan preparation and compilation of municipal inventories. He was a foundation member of the Swan River Trust, is a past National Chairman of the Australian Institute of Urban Studies and has held the position of Director of Planning at the City of Perth.
He is currently a member of CityVision and is the Mayor at the City of Nedlands.
Colonel (Ret'd) Robert Mitchell CFD, UE, MA, GAICD
Term Expires: 2015
After serving in the Canadian Forces on NATO, peacekeeping and program management duties, Mr Mitchell was employed in the health promotion and aged care sector in Western Australia.
He has been actively involved with National Trust properties, programs and people for over 20 years. In 2012 he was awarded a Heritage Council award for outstanding commitment to heritage, particularly to fostering the growth and sustainability of a wide range of heritage organisations, and the development and promotion of innovative projects and practices.
Dr Rosalind Lawe Davies
Term Expires: 2015
|Dr Rosalind Lawe Davies has been involved in heritage related activities since 1989, when she bought a derelict Art Deco house to renovate. Through this undertaking she joined the Art Deco Society of WA, serving as a member of Committee and as Treasurer. She first became an elected member of the Council National Trust in 1997, where she served as Councillor, Secretary and Vice-President until 2009. She was re-elected to the Council in 2012.|
Rosalind’s formal qualifications are a Bachelor of Arts, a Master’s degree and PhD in Education all at the University of Western Australia. In a heritage context, her research skills are now directed, through the Art Deco Society of WA, to the assessment of places for National Trust classification. In the city, she is currently involved in the defence of heritage places that will be affected by the widening of Stirling Highway. Such ‘local’ heritage is of great importance, for it is at this level that local histories and places give richness and variety to the State. Outside the city, she is committed to the conservation of heritage in rural and regional areas, and has been active in researching and promoting Manjimup as an Art Deco town. Other heritage interests are in cultural landscapes, natural heritage and indigenous heritage, and the ways in which these sometimes conflicting areas may be managed.
Dr Michael Wheatley BSc, MSc, PhD
Appointed Councillor - The University of Western Australia
Dr Wheatley is Production Manager for the SPICE project and Deputy Director of the Centre for Learning Technology at The University of Western Australia, Dr Wheatley has extensive experience in the development of educational multimedia for secondary schools.
Whilst this is predominantly for science disciplines (physics, chemistry and biology), it has also included heritage, natural environment, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and culture.
Dr Steve Errington JP BSc(Hons) PhD FRACI MRSC
Appointed Councillor - The Royal Western Australian Historical Society
Recently retired as Head of the Department of Applied Chemistry at Curtin University, Dr Errington is now an Adjunct Associate Professor with research interests in the history of WA Chemistry.
He has been a member of the Royal WA Historical Society since 1963 and a Councillor of that body since November 2006. He is also a member of the Rottnest Voluntary Guides Association
Assoc Prof John Stephens BArch (Hons1) PhD
Appointed Councillor - Royal Australian Institute of Architects (WA Chapter)
An academic and past Head of the Department of Architecture and Interior Architecture at Curtin University, John Stephens has taught architectural history, heritage and conservation.
He has a strong background with conservation plans, heritage reports and research. Currently researching the architecture of commemoration - particularly war memorials, he also sits on several National Trust committees and is appointed to the Register Committee of the Heritage Council of Western Australia.
Mrs Alice Adamson
Appointed Councillor - Country Women's Association of Western Australia
Mrs Adamson lived in the Eastern Goldfields for 35 years and has wide knowledge of Aboriginal culture.
She has worked for Community Health in the Wiluna District and conducted Aboriginal Education classes in health, arts and crafts.
She has been an active member of the Country Womenís Association of Western Australia for 40 years.
Mrs Adamson is a member of the Pastoralist and Graziers Association and is still involved with the family's farming interests.
Committees of Council
|The Executive Committee is appointed by Council.|
Pursuant to Section 15 of the National Trust of Australia (WA) Act, No. 85 of 1964, the Executive Committee shall have and may exercise all the powers of the Council to administer, manage and conduct the affairs of the Trust, provided however that it shall, at all times, comply with all directions given and made by Council from time to time in relation to particular matters. That unless Council resolves otherwise, the Executive Committee may co-opt Trust members as required.
Finance and Audit
|The purpose of the Finance and Audit Committee is to assist Council in fulfilling its statutory and good governance responsibilities relating to financial planning, reporting and control, risk management, accountable performance, and audit.|
Aboriginal Advisory Committee
|The role of the Committee is to promote knowledge, awareness, understanding and commitment by the National Trust of Australia (WA) to the rights of Aboriginal people to self-determination, community empowerment and respect. The Committee will form a vital link between the Aboriginal Community and the National Trust and ensure that all National Trust projects, programs and place are informed by Aboriginal perspectives. |
Classification Standing Committee
|The role of the Classification Standing Committee is to identify and assess places and objects of cultural heritage significance and recommend to Council the classification and conservation of those places and objects considered to have heritage significance.|
Art Deco Committee
|The purpose of the Committee is to awaken, stimulate, encourage and maintain the interest of members of the public in, and to provide public knowledge of, buildings, structures and artefacts from the Inter War Period in Western Australia which are of importance by reason of historic, architectural, traditional, sociological, artistic, literary, scientific or of other special interest|
Defence Heritage Committee
|The purpose of the Committee is to support the National Trust of Australia (WA) in the identification, recording, classification and preservation of Western Australia’s Defence Heritage. The definition of defence heritage is as encompassing as the interests of the committee members. It is not limited to army, navy or air force artefacts, equipment, oral history or military heritage sites. It is also concerned with the history of civil and military aviation, war graves, war memorials, internment and POW camps, women’s services, restoration, conservation and the impact of war and conflict on the security and defence of Western Australian communities since 1826.|
|The Dowark Foundation will promote knowledge, awareness, understanding and commitment to Aboriginal heritage values in the South West Region of Western Australia. Specifically, the Foundation will provide advice on the conservation and interpretation of Aboriginal cultural and natural assets in the South West Region.|
|The Gabbie Kylie Foundation will promote knowledge, awareness, understanding and commitment to Aboriginal heritage values in the Esperance Region of Western Australia. Specifically, the Foundation will provide advice on the conservation and interpretation of Aboriginal cultural and natural assets in the Esperance Region.|
|The Ngalia Foundation will promote knowledge, awareness, understanding and commitment to Aboriginal heritage values in the Goldfields Region of Western Australia. Specifically, the Foundation will provide advice on the conservation and interpretation of Aboriginal cultural and natural assets in the Goldfields Region.|
Mr Thomas Perrigo
Chief Executive Officer
Mr Perrigo has been the Chief Executive Officer of the National Trust since 1990. He has extensive experience in heritage conservation and interpretation and management within the community, government and private sector.
Mr Enzo Sirna AM
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
With over 20 years experience in education, Mr Sirna was previously a Senior Policy Advisor for the Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Interests and a former Head of Languages and Director of Studies at Penrhos College. He has over 25 years experience governing community and not-for-profit organisations. He was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia for service to the community through education, multicultural affairs, welfare and the arts.
Mr Pasquo Cirillo
Director Finance, Audit & Administration
Mr Cirillo has over 30 years experience in public sector finance and accounting. He is a member of the National Institute of Accountants and a Professional National Account.
Ms Sarah Murphy
Director Conservation & Stewardship
Since joining the National Trust in 1999, Sarah has moved from a museum-specific focus to one dealing with broader heritage issues and places. She is responsible for the management and conservation of the ever expanding heritage property portfolio and the extensive collections of moveable cultural heritage. More recently the Trust's covenant program, working in the realm of private land conservation, has come under Sarah's area of responsibility.
|The National Trust depends on the commitment and support of the community and many individuals. |
In recognition of the hard work and dedication to conservation and interpretation of Western Australia's unique heritage, the National Trust awards individual effort.
In 2012 the National Trust introduced Fellow of the National Trust as the highest honour bestowed to an individual.
|Margaret Feilman OBE|
Michal Lewi AM
Brown, Eileen W
Bush, Fiona L
Cardwell, Margaret Jane
Dayman, Heather J
Folvig, Dorothy A
Hall, Pamella F
Hardy, Joyce M
Haviland, E M A
Laver, Sheila Engenie Mary
Mclarty, Katherine Joan
Meadows, Madge H
Montgomery, Frank M
Sorensen, Harry W
Stewart, Roslyn F
Symons, Valmai O
|The National Trust of Australia (WA) Life Members |
|Life Members (previous)|
|Armitage, N J|
Butcher, J M
Buxton, Penelope A
Callander, John W
Camilleri, K C
Clement, Robert H
Fawcett, C A
Flottmann, Mavis E
Garratt, Gordon S
Guthrie, Hugh Norman
Harler, Edith E
Henderson, J O
Knowles, V M
Lee-Steere KBE, Ernest
Mclarty, Josephine D
Roberts, John B
Sharr, F A
Staples, A C
Thomson, J M
|The National Trust of Australia (WA) Life Members (previous)|
National Trust Governance Framework
|The National Trust of Australia (W.A.) was established in Western Australia in 1959. In 1964 an Act of Parliament was passed in the State Parliament which formally established the Trust as an independent community based organisation.|
|Section 27 of the National Trust of Australia (WA) Act 1964 enables the Trust to establish by-laws to assist regulating the affairs, business and management of the Trust.|
Trust by-laws are adopted by general or special general meetings of the National Trust.
|Section 27 of the National Trust of Australia (WA) Act 1964 enables the Trust to establish rules to assist regulating the affairs, business and management of the Trust.|
Trust rules are adopted by general or special general meetings of the National Trust.
|Strategic Plan 2011-2016|
|Every five years the National Trust adopts a Strategic Plan to guide the activity of the organisation.|
The National Trust of Australia (WA) is a Trust for both government and the community in accordance with the National Trust of Australia (WA) Act and the Cabinet mandate as a statutory authority [body] for the delivery of heritage services through whole of government appropriations.
- The National Trust primarily works for others not itself
- The National Trust is primarily a custodian of heritage places.
- The National Trust is managed with volunteers but not by volunteers
- Heritage Places provide opportunities
|Strategic Asset Plan 2013-2023|
|As a statutory body, The National Trust of Australia (WA), (the Trust), is accountable to Parliament and has the capacity to manage State Government heritage assets using a range of tools including government appropriations, grants including those available from the Commonwealth and Lotterywest, donations, sponsorships and commercial leases. It also provides a range of services to the public such as tax deductible appeals and other avenues for investment into heritage conservation and interpretation projects as well as comprehensive public education and learning programmes.|
|Strategic Asset Plan 2013-2023|
|Maintenance Business Case For Public Places Managed By The National Trust|
|As requested by the Minister in 2009, the National Trust of Australia (WA) has examined the issue of maintenance funding for heritage places under National Trust stewardship. The intent of this document is to alert the Minister and the State Government of a problem where the situation will get worse over time if action is not taken. This document provides an overview of the business case for a planned strategy of maintenance investment for heritage places. Endorsement of the philosophy presented will allow the final formulation of the formal Business Case based on current whole of Government and Treasury procedures.|
|Maintenance Business Case For Public Places|
|National Trust of Australia (WA) Heritage Policy|
|In order to value our heritage, it is important for government to provide leadership and to establish key policies which are valued, practical, sustainable and holistic in nature, and which will allow for a more integrated whole of government approach.|
To facilitate this, the Heritage Policy highlights key issues and principles and establishes a set of policies which can lay the foundation for detailed policy initiatives through the and development of a Heritage Strategy.
|Heritage – our past, our present, our legacy for the future|
|Property Acquisition and Disposal Policy|
|The current property portfolio of the National Trust has been determined by a number of factors. These factors are:|
- The broad intent of the National Trust of Australia (WA) Act is to manage heritage places for the purposes of public education and public utility;
- The heritage places managed by the National Trust remain in public ownership for the ongoing benefit of the Western Australian community;
- Many places were acquired for the purposes of long term conservation when there was no other legislated or statutory alternative available to the community or government for this purpose;
- Places under stewardship of the National Trust are held under a wide variety of titles (freehold, conditional freehold, vesting and management orders) and reflect the variety of need, opportunity or advantage for the transfer of these places to the National Trust over time;
- The unique public-private-corporate partnering advantages of the National Trust in the management of heritage assets has been recognised by local and state government agencies with a resulting increase in requests for stewardship of these assets by the National Trust;
- The National Trust is able to hold, over the long term, “at risk” assets which could be lost to public ownership until the circumstances evolve to permit community access and enjoyment through conservation and interpretation.
|Reconciliation Action Plan|
|The National Trust's Reconciliation Action Plan identifies activity that can be undertaken to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage values in Western Australia are incorporated into National Trusts programs, projects and places. It also promotes development of partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with regards to Trust programs for a wide range of purposes such as conservation and interpretation.|
|This Information Statement has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of Section 96 and 97 of the Freedom of Information Act 1992. This information Statement is reviewed annually and is published on the National Trust of Australia’s (WA) website.|
|Freedom of Information|
|The Western Australian Freedom of Information Act 1992 gives the community the right to apply for access to documents held by The National Trust of Australia (WA).|
The National Trust of Australia (WA) (the Trust) is required to assist the community to obtain access to documents at the lowest reasonable cost, and to ensure that personal information held is accurate, complete, up-to-date and not misleading.
|Freedom of Information Request Form|
|The Australian Privacy Act requires The National Trust of Australia (WA) to provide information to our members about the collection, use and disclosure of their personal information.|
This Privacy Statement is prepared in conjunction with the Privacy Commissioner’s ten National Privacy Principles (NPPs).
|Ministerial Communication Agreement|
|The Minister for Heritage is responsible to Parliament for the administration of the National Trust of Australia (W.A.) Act 1964, which establishes the National Trust. The Minister also has a role representing the interests of the public. In the absence of a statutory reporting and accountability framework between the Minister and the Trust, the Minister and the Trust have established a communication agreement as recommended by the Public Sector Commissioner.|
|Trust Staff and Volunteer Email, Internet & Social Media Usage|
|The National Trust of Australia (WA) Staff and Volunteers use of email, internet and social media is governed by these policies.|
|Significant partnerships have been developed with local governments and the communities to deliver qualityoutcomes. Projects include: York, Beverley, Avondale, Old Farm Strawberry Hill, Golden Pipeline/Mt Charlotte, Bill Sewell Complex, Central Greenough and the Burrup.|
Partnerships with other educational agencies such as the State Library of Western Australia continue to be effective in promoting heritage education services through combined programs.In partnership with the Friends of the Battye Library, East Perth Cemeteries burial information will be made available online.
A calendar is produced in partnership with the Heritage Council of WA and the Department of Local Government titled Local Heritage Matters. The desk calendar is distributed to members late in the year.
A Community Service program has led to a strong partnership between Woodbridge and students from Guildford Grammar Junior School. The enthusiastic students work in the gardens once a month under the supervision of a Conservation and Stewardship staff membersr.
Partnerships with WWF Australia and the Commonwealth Department of Environment, Water, Heritage, and the Arts have led to improved awareness and recording of conservation covenants.The National Trust has also continued its enhancement works (commenced in 2005) associated with the natural wetlands of Lake Goollelal at the Luisini Winery in partnership with the Department of Environment and Conservation.
Partners in 2009-2010:
|Army Museum of Western Australia (Talbot Hobbs)|
Blackwood Basin Group
Booragoon Ladies Probus Club
Bull Creek Lions Club
Bush Heritage Australia
Champions of the Burrup Districts Probus Club
Eastern Goldfields Historical Society
Enderslea Farm Chittering
Friends of Australian Rock Art (FARA)
Fly By Night Club
Friends of the Bibbulumun Track Foundation
Friends of the Porongurups
Koora Retreat, Koorarawalyee
Lake Meelup Preservation Group
Malleefowl Preservation Group
Moodiarrup community members
Mundaring & Hills Historical Society
Perth Hills Strategic Marketing Group
Police Rangers, Balga Senior High School
Royal Western Australian Historical Society
South West Australia Ecoregion Initiative
St Bartholomewís House
Swan Volunteers, City of Swan
The Friends of the Bibbulumun Track Foundation
Trek the Trail
Western Australian Bed and Breakfast Association
Western Australian Club
Western Australian Genealogical Society
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Australia
|Belmont Probus Club|
City Beach Probus Club
Hammersley Probus Club
Kingsley Probus Club
Nedlands National Seniors
South Perth Probus Club
Wanneroo Probus Club
Wider Vision over 55s
Bibbulmun Track Foundation
Coal Futures Group
Country Womenís Association of Western Australia
Curtin University of Technology
Edith Cowan University
East Metropolitan Regional Council
Engineers Australia (Western Australian Division)
Forum Advocating for Cultural and
Eco Tourism (FACET)
International Council of Museums (ICOM)
International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
Midwest Development Commission
Munda Biddi Foundation
Peninsula Tea Gardens
Real Estate Institute of Western Australia
Residency Museum, York
Royal Australian Institute of Architects (Western Australia Chapter)
Royal Society of Western Australia
Senate of the University of Western
Southwest Development Commission
State Dam Break Committee
University of Western Australia
Western Australian Arts Foundation
Western Australia Local Government Association
Western Australian School of Mines, Curtin University of Technology
Westpac Banking Corporation
|Art Gallery of Western Australia|
Australian Broadcasting Commission
Avon Catchment Council Natural Resource Management Region
City of Bayswater
City of Fremantle
City of Geraldton-Greenough
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
City of Nedlands
City of Perth
City of Perth Archives
City of Perth Council
City of South Perth
City of South Perth Library
City of Swan
Department of Agriculture
Department of Corrective Services
Department of Culture and the Arts
Department of Education & Training
Department of Environment & Conservation
Department of Housing & Works
Department of Main Roads
Department of Sport and Recreation
Disability Services Commission
Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council
Fire & Emergency Services Authority
Forest Products Commission
Goldfields Esperance Development Commission
Governor of Western Australia, His Excellency Dr Ken Michael, AC
Heritage Council of Western Australia
Indigenous Land Corporation
Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery
Newspapers in Education Shire of Greenough
Perth Concert Hall
Plumbing Regulatory Authority (international)
Shire of Beverley
Shire of Coolgardie
Shire of Cue
Shire of Cunderdin
Shire of Kalamunda
Shire of Kellerberrin
Shire of Merredin
Shire of Mundaring
Shire of Pinjarra
Shire of Quairading
Shire of Roebourne
Shire of Tammin
Shire of West Arthur
Shire of Westonia
Shire of Yilgarn
Shire of York
South Coast Regional Initiative Planning Team
South West Catchment Council Natural Resource Management Region
Town of East Fremantle
Town of Mosman Park
Town of Peppermint Grove
Town of Cottesloe
West Australian Newspaper
Western Australia Police Service
Western Australian Local
Western Australian Maritime Museum
Western Australian Museum (& branches)
Western Australian Planning Commission