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The National Trust of Australia (NSW) is a community-based, non-government organisation, committed to promoting and conserving New South Wales’ natural, built and cultural heritage.
Established in 1945 by Annie Wyatt, the National Trust began with a mission to conserve Sydney’s bushland and historic architecture. Today we are Australia’s leading heritage conservation charity.
We care for magnificent gardens, galleries and house museums across New South Wales, while also leading the field in bushland management. Our advocacy efforts raise awareness for natural or built heritage under threat.
All of this work is made possible with the help of more than 18,000 members, 800 volunteers, and the ongoing support of donors and staff. Together, we’re delivering on our vision to bring the heritage of New South Wales to life for future generations.
The National Trust acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which we work, live and share stories of heritage. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We support and are signatories to the Uluru Statement.