National Trust (NSW) Annual General Meeting 2021

The National Trust (NSW)'s Annual General Meeting 2021 provides members with the opportunity to engage with the Board of Directors.

S.H. Ervin Gallery Interior


National Trust (NSW) members are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM). Members will hear the President’s report on the last 12 months and the 2021 Board of Directors election results.

Recipients of the National Trust Honours Awards for 2021 will be announced, but not presented at the AGM. To maintain physical distancing and for your safety capacity is limited,  with no refreshments served.


Agenda for the day:
1. Welcome, proxies, apologies and adoption of 2020 AGM minutes.
2. Receipt and consideration of the report of the Board of Directors for year ending 30 June 2021.
3. Receipt and consideration of the Audited Consolidated Statement of Profit and Loss, Statement of Financial Position and Directors Report and Declaration for the year ending 30 June 2021.
4. Appointment of the Auditors for the 2021/22 Financial Year.
5. Announcement of the 2021 Board of Directors Election results.
6. National Trust Honours Awards 2021 announcement (as this is a COVID safe event, there will be no presentation of awards).
7. Any other business or motion in accordance with the National Trust of Australia (NSW) Act 1990 and its Rules.
8. General business.*



To attend please RSVP online via Eventbrite and present your ticket on entry. If the AGM reaches capacity or ‘sold out’, please email Aly McAuliffe at to be placed on the wait list. If capacity limits change we will contact you.

The AGM is a COVID safe event. If unwell or you have visited a COVID-19 hot spot in the two weeks prior to the AGM, we ask that you please stay home and notify Aly McAuliffe via email so that we can advise people on our wait list.

Please bring your membership card, face mask and proof of vaccination or medical exemption with you.

The S.H. Ervin Gallery has wheelchair access and free car parking for members. Please be aware that there may be longer queueing than usual on arrival due to COVID-19 restrictions.


*General Business: Pursuant to the National Trust of Australia (NSW) Rules, Rule 61 states: Any member who is desirous of bringing forward any business (other than a motion) for discussion at any meeting shall forward to the Office not less than seven (7) days before the meeting a notice in writing signed by the member stating the general nature of the business for discussion. In the absolute discretion of the Chair of the meeting, the Chair may permit discussion of any business of which such notice has or has not been given.