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“A Whyte Christmas” Exhibition

vic 17 Jul 2024 - 4 Aug 2024
Step into a Christmas wonderland in the heart of winter as the National Trust of Victoria and the Geelong Embroiderers Guild present "A Whyte Christmas" at The Heights House and Gardens in Geelong.
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Opera Salon Series: Labassa Mansion

vic 27 Jul 2024
Be immersed in the gothic surrounds of Labassa Mansion in Caulfield North to enjoy a Salon style recital by 2024 Melba Opera Trust Artists.
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Museum After Dark

sa 1 Aug 2024
Our volunteer guides will show you through the galleries of the museum and the rooms of the Old Customs House, telling stories of the people and events on display as you go through. Devonshire tea available after the tour. Tickets $15 per person with a maximum of twenty people per
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Home Hill Pavilion Concept

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Home Hill at Devonport provides a rich visitor experience of Tasmania’s 20th century social history and Australian political life. It is Tripadvisor’s No.1 tourism attraction for Tasmania’s north-west. National Trust Tasmania is working with Devonport City Council to significantly increase its capacity to tell its story, welcome visitors, provide education services and host a range of events.
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Runnymede Collection: Dorothea Pitcairn portrait acquired for Runnymede

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National Trust Collections continue to grow, reflecting our evolving awareness of the cultural significance of our properties to our members and audiences. National Trust Tasmania has received funding from the Australian Government’s National Cultural Heritage Account to acquire a portrait of Dorothea Pitcairn for the Runnymede collection.
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National Trust Conservation Appeals – Martin Davies Memorial Scholarship

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The University of Tasmania is moving to activate the National Trust Martin Davies Memorial Scholarship.
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Runnymede Cottage maintenance requires funding

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National Trust Tasmania wishes to activate Runnymede Cottage as the Tasmanian base for an Australia-wide composer in residence program. We are, however, faced with some building maintenance hurdles, needing funding.
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Launceston Synagogue secures Australian Government’s Advanced Security grant

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Launceston Synagogue has recently benefitted from the philanthropy of co-Trustee, Rabbi Joseph Gutnick and the Australian Government’s Advanced Security grant Program managed by the Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ).
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The Hobart Penitentiary and Penghana receive top recognition on Tripadvisor

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The Hobart Penitentiary and Penghana have earned the prestigious Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Award for a second year, improving their ranks from last year.
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Hobart Penitentiary Nomination for National Heritage List

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In its recent revision of Tasmanian Heritage Register entries, Heritage Tasmania, acknowledged that the Hobart Penitentiary is of national significance. Encouraged by this, National Trust Tasmania will nominate the site for the Commonwealth Government’s National Heritage list.
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Unshackled – The Convict Memorial wins at the Tasmanian Architecture Awards

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Unshackled - The Convict Memorial by Circa Morris-Nunn Chua Architects won the award for Small Project Architecture at the Tasmanian Institute of Architects Awards for 2024.
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‘Voyager’ by the Artists of the Round Yard

nsw 31 Oct 2024 - 21 Nov 2024
The Artists of the Round Yard is a local artists’ collective that includes painters, sculptors, printmakers, photographers, multi-media and installation artists. All works will be for sale and support the work of the National Trust (NSW). Exhibition entry is free. Tickets for house and garden tours can be purchased separately
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All Things Great Are Small Exhibition

nsw 28 Nov 2024 - 12 Jan 2025
‘All Things Great are Small’ is a group of miniaturists, painters, illustrators and printmakers who came together 16 years ago to promote and foster the appreciation of miniatures and small paintings. The miniature size of these images and crafts does not diminish their greatness – they are so superbly portable
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The Literary Illustrations of Norman Lindsay

nsw 25 Oct 2024 - 17 Jan 2025
Norman Lindsay (1879–1969) remains one of Australia’s most renowned artists, celebrated for his paintings, etchings, and writings. He was also a prolific illustrator of fiction and poetry. For the first time on exhibition will be his original illustrations to Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. Pip, Estella, Magwitch and Miss Havisham, as
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Sirens Revisited

nsw 26 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024
Sirens Revisited features costumes and film ephemera from the original cast and film production of the 1994 film, while also showcasing etchings and watercolours that explore Lindsay’s complex relationship with art, mythology, and the provocative themes that defined his career. Visit Norman Lindsay Gallery’s latest exhibition for a glimpse into
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Ikebana International Melbourne: Annual Exhibition

vic 14 Sep 2024 - 15 Sep 2024
Discover the timeless traditions of Japanese floral art in the stunning surrounds of Labassa Mansion.
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Twilight Delights at Grossmann House

nsw 19 Oct 2024
There’s nothing quite like twilight, and the smell of spring in the air as night descends. This spring, Grossmann House will light up for a special Twilight Delight that will transport visitors back to an eve from the Victorian era. Nibble on delicious home crafted hot and cold canapes and
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Spring Fair Open Day

nsw 13 Oct 2024
Experience the heritage rose garden at Grossmann House as spring brings an abundance of blooms and scents. The faithfully restored Victorian townhouse Grossmann House will be open for guided tours, and a bridal party set of costumes from a 1905 London wedding will be on view in the costume display
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ACT Region Heritage Symposium 2024

act 17 Aug 2024
Planning for Heritage Saturday 17 August 2024 For bookings please go to https://www.trybooking.com/CSOKZ. (Ticket prices: $50.00 full registration, includes speakers and members of associated organisations. $15.00 for students aged under 30) About the Symposium Change in the built and natural environment is both inevitable and necessary. Factors such as land
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Golden Vale Nature Walk

nsw 20 Oct 2024 - 27 Oct 2024
Wander through the natural meadows and stands of rare eucalypts. Enjoy the natural chorus of the Medway rivulet, a rich haven for native birds and frogs. Spot the yabbie holes and keep an eye out for platypus before returning to the iconic Golden Vale homestead and its splendid walled garden.
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Golden Vale picnic day

nsw 17 Nov 2024
Hosted in the height of spring in stunning surrounds, Golden Vale’s picnic day is a delightful way to spend a day with loved ones, picnic basket in hand. Wander the grounds, lounge on the lush grass in the beautiful walled garden or shade yourself under the old oak trees grown
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