Find out more about our current advocacy campaigns and alerts.
Getting involved in advocacy as a member of the National Trust is one way of helping save Queensland’s heritage places.
Advocacy is one of the core activities of the National Trust. Since the 1960s our members have been representing community interests in the places of cultural heritage significance – those in our immediate surrounds and others in more remote parts of Queensland. The Trust began a Register of places of significance and commenced campaigns to save places at risk.
- Find out more about the latest Advocacy Alerts and Campaigns
- Search the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) Heritage Register
- Find out more about other Heritage Registers
- Find out more about the National Trust Advocacy Committee.
- Visit historic Queen’s Wharf website and learn more about this historic site.
Today the Trust in Queensland advocates for heritage both in the wider sphere and for specific cases.
The National Trust of Australia (Queensland) makes submissions to government organisations with planning powers over heritage places and encourages members to become involved in what is happening in the community around them.
National Trust Advocacy
Identifying individual buildings, precincts, natural environment places and culturally significant artefacts.
The Trust Talks are a new series of events that aim to provide up to date, relevant information, discussions and debate about heritage conservation in Australia.