The National Trust are custodians of a diverse range of properties with shared heritage values spanning natural, Indigenous and historical significance. Our aim is to provide leadership in heritage to the community and industry by displaying best practice in the conservation, activation and management of these cherished sites.

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The Como Approach Action Plan

As an advocacy organisation, the Trust also has the opportunity to share conservation knowledge and experience gained at its sites and with others, to build a greater understanding of the necessity and value of a conservation approach.


Como Approach Workshops

Como Approach workshops are an initiative of the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) to use conservation works projects at our properties to demonstrate best conservation practice and create meaningful learning opportunities for trades, professionals and the general public.


Previous Conservation Projects

We strive to be a leader in developing and promoting conservation excellence. As the custodian of over 40 heritage properties the Trust has a key role to play in building the capacity of the heritage conservation industry and ensuring that conservation skills are valued and sustained into the future.


Victorian Heritage Restoration Fund

Victoria’s Heritage Restoration Fund (VHRF), established in 2013 is a Committee of Management providing a program of restoration grants to local government Councils for heritage places in private or public ownership.


Technical Bulletins

A range of technical bulletins containing information on the conservation and restoration of heritage buildings.


Approaching Difficult Histories

As a responsible custodian of heritage places, the National Trust is committed to acknowledging the past, including aspects of our history which are painful and uncomfortable.