Art Classes at The Heights 2018

vic 23 Feb 2018
Come along to The Heights for a wonderful afternoon of painting in the surrounds of the heritage property and garden. Local artist Faye Owen will explore the techniques of working with pen and wash along with teaching composition with a modern approach. Subjects will range from still life to some
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State Election Forum for the Port Adelaide electorate.

sa 7 Mar 2018
There will be an opportunity to ask questions of the candidates. Jointly hosted by Port Adelaide Residents Environment  Protection Group and the Port of Adelaide Branch of the National Trust. MC: Helen Bock. RSVP to Pat Netschitowsky (email by Friday 2/3/18

Gulf Station Open Day 2018

vic 19 Apr 2018
Come along to Gulf Station to experience Australia’s oldest pioneer farm building precinct while volunteers work to maintain it. Tours of the property are available as well as the opportunity to bring a picnic and discover what life was like for a family to live, and making a living, on

La Trobe’s Birthday Celebration and Exhibition 2018

vic 18 Mar 2018
The members of the Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors sketched wonderful artwork of La Trobe’s Cottage and Garden in 2017. Join us to view the exhibition and hear from Jo Reitze, fellow of the Victorian Artists’ Society. Stay on for birthday cake and festive drinks in the La

Mt Lofty Branch – Open Day with Camellias in bloom and spring arriving

sa 26 Aug 2018
Cost: $5 entry, children under 14 free with Cornish tea available

Mt Lofty Branch – Open Day with activities for children

sa 22 Jul 2018
Cost: $5 entry, children under 14 free with Cornish tea available.

Mt Lofty Branch – Open Day with Mount Lofty singers

sa 24 Jun 2018
Cost:  $5 entry, children under 14 free with Cornish tea available

Mt Lofty Branch – Open Day

sa 27 May 2018
Cost: $5 entry, children under 14 free with Cornish tea available

Age of Elegance

sa 29 Mar 2018
Age of Elegance is an immersive fashion installation in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful heritage homes. Be swept into the spirit of Adelaide high society during the Victorian era.  Ayers House, home of Sir Henry Ayers during South Australia’s most glittering decades, will be alive again with the sights, sounds

Valuing Our Heritage Forum

sa 15 Feb 2018
Join us and a panel of your current and potential elected representatives to discuss the state of heritage in South Australia and future challenges and opportunities ahead of the 2018 State election.  Presented in partnership with the Hawke Centre at UniSA.  Admission is free, but book now to reserve your place. 
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Everglades: Soul Gardens

nsw 4 Mar 2018 - 25 Mar 2018
“Every time I stand in front of an incredibly beautiful landscape, I am moved, deeply, and I have to paint it – I have a longing to share this beauty with others. I want them to see, really see, the beauty of the world around us…   I strive to

Join the Volunteering Team at Wolston Farmhouse, Wacol.

qld 23 Feb 2018
We invite you to become one of the Volunteers at Wolston Farmhouse.
Sound from the Ground

Jewish Memorial Cemetery Rededication

The death certificate of Mortiz Wertheimer (who died in Perth in 1895) could not be located by his descendants. Rose Raymen, a voluntary genealogical researcher and member of the JHGS-WA took up the challenge and was successful. The Wertheimer family was keen to add Moritz’s first name to the plaque

Mt Lofty Branch – Open Day Sculpture for Interiors and Gardens

sa 29 Apr 2018
Open Day as part Sculpture for Interiors and Gardens II. Cost: Free with refreshments available for purchase – provided by Branch volunteers

Mt Lofty Branch – Sculpture for Interiors and Gardens

sa 27 Apr 2018 - 6 May 2018
Sculpture for Interiors and Gardens III – in conjunction with Rotary Club of Stirling. Cost: Free

The Scots of the Lithgow District in the 19th Century

nsw 13 May 2018
DISPLAYS – Scottish ‘Founding Fathers’ – their homes & families Pastoral Heritage, Early Enterprises & Industries – Woollen Mills artefacts, Pottery, Stonemasonry, etc   A free event by the Lithgow Regional Branch of the National Trust (NSW) Scottish Afternoon Tea (gold coin donation) with Music View Bowenfels Church & replica

2018 CY O’Connor Lecture

wa 14 Mar 2018
Veteran meteorologist Neil Bennett from the Bureau of Meteorology will give a fascinating insight into changing weather patterns in Western Australia and discuss the implications of these on the future of the world’s most hotly contested commodity – water. Supported by the Water Corporation.
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Meet the Composer (members only event)

wa 15 Feb 2018
NTWA members are invited to an intimate sunset soiree to welcome the 2018 Composer-in-Residence Kate Moore and farewell outgoing composer Mace Francis. Mace will provide a reflection on his year at Gallop House and Kate will talk about her aspirations for her year ahead. Enjoy a glass of wine overlooking

Limestone, Peppertree & Lookout Tour

act 17 Mar 2018
After the popularity of our Quarries and Homesteads Tour last March the National Trust is heading out to South Marulan to experience the largest limestone quarry in the southern hemisphere and Peppertree Quarry. Boral will be our host, so be ready with closed shoes and trousers to don safety vests,

Books Sale and Bric-A-Brac Day

nsw 30 Jun 2018
A treasure-trove of bric-a-brac will be yours to sift through and find ………… just the very thing!

Trust Issue 3

Welcome to Trust Issue 3. Fanny Balbuk Yooreel is a name I don’t think any of you will forget after reading our story in this issue, but it’s one far too many of us will never have heard of. Born in 1840, this traditional Swan River woman lived through the
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