The National Trust Advocacy Toolkit is a free online resource created by the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) to support individuals and communities to advocate for the protection of places of cultural heritage significance.
Advocacy Programs (VIC)
The National Trust runs a range of ongoing heritage programs that align with our mission, to inspire the community to appreciate, conserve and celebrate its diverse natural, cultural, social and Indigenous heritage. Our vision is that our diverse heritage is protected and respected, contributing to strong, vibrant and prosperous communities.
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Our new National Trust Advocacy Toolkit is is a free online resource to support communities to advocate for the protection of places of cultural heritage significance.
The National Trusts of Australia Register of Significant Trees includes more than 25,000 trees across Australia. Visit the website to nominate a tree to the Register.
During the Anzac Centenary, the National Trust is growing seedlings of the rare Gallipoli Oak tree (Quercus coccifera subsp. calliprinos) for memorial plantings in primary schools around Victoria.
National Trust External Appeals are administered on behalf of third parties to raise funds for restoration and conservation of historic places across Victoria.
National Trust Branches and local Councils partner to celebrate community participation in heritage conservation, and recognise those who have demonstrated excellence in retention, restoration and re-use of our heritage places.