A Colonial Christmas at Experiment Farm Cottage

nsw 13 Dec 2017 - 31 Dec 2017
Experiment Farm Cottage is now dressed for the Christmas season! The Cottage in Harris Park is one of Australia’s oldest standing residences and is on the site of Experiment Farm – Australia’s first European farm, which was created by Australia’s first land grant. The land was originally granted to James Ruse

Everglades: Italian Luncheon

nsw 19 May 2018
Italian for lunch and a walk through the beautiful Everglades gardens.

Adelaide Tours-Old Adelaide Treasury & Tunnels

sa 21 Jan 2018 - 28 Jan 2018
From the founding of the colony, through the gold rush era, Federation and two World Wars, the old Treasury building sat at the heart of South Australia’s political life. The tour includes the former Cabinet Room and underground passages where gold from Victoria was stored to be smelted into the
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Adelaide Tours: East Terrace Discovery

sa 15 Jan 2017 - 14 Jan 2018
Famous for its markets, food, fashion and hotels, cafes and restaurants, this leisurely tour explores the hidden treasures and heritage icons of this iconic precinct. Place:Starting Point: Ayers House, 288 North Terrace Adelaide Enquiries: Ayers House Museum (08) 8223 1234, booking email: bookings@nationaltrustsa.org.au Online Booking  
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Melbourne International Millinery Competition 2018

vic 18 Feb 2018
Labassa welcomes you to come for a tour highlighting the story of the mansion, its owners and residents. One of the most lavish 19th century mansions in Victoria opens its doors on Sunday 18th February for local milliners to showcase their work to possible buyers and customers. The finalists will
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Family Day at La Trobe’s Cottage 2018

vic 26 Jan 2018
Spend the afternoon in the beautiful Domain, with guided tours of the historic Cottage, home of the first Governor and his family. There will be old-fashioned games for the children, rope-making demonstrations and light refreshments for purchase in the garden. Government House also have an Open Day at the same

Retford Park – Picnic by the Canal

nsw 21 Jan 2018
Gather around the Millennium Canal at Retford Park for a family fun day.

Como House School Holiday Activities – summer 2018

vic 8 Jan 2018 - 5 Oct 2018
Looking for something fun, interesting and different to do with the kids this school holidays? Dress up and take a step back in time at Como without new school holiday activity program. Kids will try their hand at old world dancing in the majestic ballroom, make a wooden peg doll

Barefoot Cinema at Rippon Lea

vic 1 Feb 2018 - 16 Feb 2018
For the first time ever, Rippon Lea Estate are delighted to be home to one of the most beautiful outdoor cinemas in Australia…Barefoot Cinema. Join us in the gardens over summer 2018 and enjoy food trucks, live music and a fully licensed bar before watching the sun go down and
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Heritage Walk 7 – Life in Early Hall

act 25 Mar 2018
Meander through the historic village of Hall which was proclaimed in 1882 and initially named Ginninderra. View an unusual mix of dwellings and sites depicting early village life.  There is the option to view Hall School Museum and Heritage Centre at the conclusion of the walk. Visit the original school

Everglades: Greek Luncheon

nsw 24 Feb 2018
A delicious three course Greek inspired luncheon, served in the elegant Art Deco Dining room at Everglades house.

Everglades: The Time of Sands

nsw 3 Dec 2017 - 30 Dec 2017
Paintings, glass & jewellery by Judith Russell & Kaz Hauser.

Intrepid Women – Australian women artists in Paris 1900-1950

nsw 2 Dec 2017 - 11 Mar 2018
× Note: The gallery will be closed for summer break between 18 December – 5 January inclusive. The captivating allure of Paris has intrigued Australian artists throughout our history and this exhibition focuses on 30 women who travelled there to study, paint, visit galleries, salons, and artists’ studios. Freed from

Visit to the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) Museum

nsw 21 Feb 2018
A self-drive visit to the HARS museum at Albion Park.

Burnside Branch -George French Angas lithographs

sa 9 Mar 2018
Talk: George French Angas lithographs Speaker: John Boyce George French Angas (25 Apr 1822–4 Oct 1886), was an English explorer, naturalist and painter who emigrated to Australia. His paintings are held in a number of important Australian public art collections. Cost: Adult $10 and bring a supper plate to share

Polly Woodstock

vic 7 Jan 2018
Join us at Melbourne’s tall ship Polly Woodside for our very own take on Polly Woodstock! Families of all ages are invited to share in a day of music, art and craft, pirate activities, food stalls as well as explore our beautiful tall ship and discover what life was like
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Dr Chau Chak Wing Building

nsw 23 May 2018
The first Australian building designed by internationally renowned architect, Frank Gehry. A Pritzker Prize Winner, Gehry is renowned for his uniquely creative approach to design. His buildings include key educational establishments in the US, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and other cultural and corporate icons. Morning tea included.   Cost:

Royal Botanic Gardens Tour

nsw 7 May 2018
The oldest scientific institution in Australian and is home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas.

Historic Garden Island Tour

nsw 3 May 2018
The Naval Historical Society of Australia will take Trust members on a guided walking tour.

Norfolk Island Tour

nsw 22 Oct 2018 - 29 Oct 2018
The return of a favourite National Trust (NSW) tour.

South Australian Riverland 6 Day Coach Tour

act 27 Apr 2018 - 2 May 2018
The Riverland of South Australia covers an area of nearly 10,000 square kilometres along the Murray River from where it flows into South Australia from NSW and Victoria downstream to Blanchetown.  The Riverland’s history is strongly linked to irrigation and the area’s suitability for growing crops. The region enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate, and has
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