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St George’s Anglican Cathedral and Deanery, Perth

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The St George’s Cathedral Precinct consists of St George’s Cathedral (1888), Burt Memorial Hall (1917), The Deanery (1859) and the Cadogan Song School (2017). They are located near the site of Perth’s first Anglican Church, known as the ‘rush church’, constructed in 1929 at the corner of Hay Street and
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Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Geraldton

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The Cathedral is a thriving community of people who follow Jesus; and has four weekly Bible-based services as well as mid-week activities for children, youth and the community. Heritage significance and previous restoration On 22 July 1962 the new cathedral was dedicated, and construction was completed in time for the
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Royal Perth Hospital Heritage Society Inc

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The Society has recently funded the conservation and framing of one of these magnificent charts and it now hangs proudly in the Society’s offices. They are now seeking donations to fund the conservation and framing of the remaining two charts which will be displayed in the Museum and around the
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Old Blythewood, Pinjarra

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Overlooking Meelon, the Murray River, this area is very significant to the Binjareb Noongar people. As colonists sought new land, Aboriginal people were forced from their Country, sometimes causing clashes and dislocation from their land. John and Mary Anne McLarty were among the first Europeans to settle in the Murray
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Strawberry Hill / Barmup, Albany

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Long before European colonisation, Barmup was a meeting place for Menang Aboriginal people. In 1826 a government farm was established near the water course which fed the fledgling settlement. It was later purchased by the Government Resident Sir Richard Spencer and in the 1890s by Francis and Maude Bird. A
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St John’s Anglican Church, Fremantle

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History and heritage significance Constructed with limestone from the Government Quarries in Cantonment Street, the beautiful roof timbers were transported overland from WA’s southern Jarrah forests to Rockingham and then by sea, before being stored on site for two years to season. The nave roof is probably the finest craftsmanship
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St Cuthbert’s Anglican Church, Darlington

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Alongside Sunday services, St Cuthbert’s has played host to many weddings, funerals and baptisms. More recently, it has hosted interfaith gatherings to build a stronger, more cohesive community. History In early 1924, Lot 24 of the Hillsden Estate was donated for a church by Mrs JF Stone and her daughters.
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Munda Biddi Trail

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The Munda Biddi Trail Foundation engages with a large team of volunteers to maintain and improve the trail facilities over its entire length. The Foundation has a broad scope across trail maintenance, community engagement, stakeholder management, realignment projects, rider education and acting as a leading voice for our membership and
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Map Collection

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The National Trust ACT office holds a 6 drawer map cabinet holding various maps, plans and photographs of Canberra and the surrounding region. See the list of contents below. If you wish to view any of the items please contact the office on (02) 6230 0533 or send an email
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His Majesty’s Theatre, Perth

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His Majesty’s Theatre opened on Christmas Eve in 1904 with a performance of The Forty Thieves. Built in the Federation Free Classical style, when it opened it was the largest theatre in Australia and featured the country’s biggest stage. In the following 117 years it has grown to become one
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St John’s Lutheran Church, Aberdeen Street, Perth

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St Johns is a church building that is steeped in heritage. It was the wonderful vision of Perth’s founders that has given us an iconic church so close to the city, built with great attention to detail in 1936. So many of us have been there for special celebrations or events,
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Oral Histories

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During the 1990s, the National Trust of Australia (ACT), with the assistance of the National Estate Grants Program, the ACT Heritage Grants program, and the National Library of Australia, made a series of oral history recordings with persons who influenced the landscape and development of Canberra. These recordings and associated
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Golden Valley Tree Park, Balingup

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Golden Valley Tree Park is the largest arboretum in Western Australia by area and number of species. There are more than 3000 individual trees planted from over 500 different species, and every year the collection is increased. Some specimens date back 100 years to when the original farming properties were
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St Mary’s Anglican Church, Beverley

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This iconic building in Beverley has held a prominent place in the community since it was built in 1892, holding countless weddings, baptisms, confirmations and funerals. St Mary’s Anglican church remains a local landmark on the corner of John and Husking Streets, and still contributes to the community’s sense of
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Heritage Files

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The National Trust of Australia (ACT) has, in its office, over 450 file titles of heritage interest, including trees, cemeteries, graves, buildings, churches, huts, to name just a few. Below is a link to the alphabetical index showing the current list of hard copy folders held. If you find a
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St Aidan’s Uniting Church

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The building and its adjacent hall are listed on the State Register of Heritage Places and have been classified by the National Trust of Western Australia. Together, they are a valuable asset to the amenity and character of the Claremont area. Conservation has been regularly carried out over the years
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Library Resources

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The ACT National Trust has over 950 books in its library, mainly on local ACT and regional topics, but some of national interest as well. The library is located in the office on the second floor of the Griffin Centre, 20 Genge St, Civic. You can give us a call
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Battle of Crete Memorial

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In particular, the Committee seeks to commemorate the courage, sacrifice and commitment of those who served and endured the Battle of Crete. Following the Greece Campaign of the Second World War (February to April 1941); depleted elements of the 6th Division, Second Australian Imperial Force (AIF) were redeployed to the
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Treemission – a tree planting conservation initiative

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In 2008, a group of Rotary clubs, (later joined by E-WA) with the support of the National Trust of Australia (WA) founded the treemission © project. This innovative environmental project encourages people to address climate change by planting trees to offset their contribution to greenhouse gases and global warming. By
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National Trust of Australia (NSW) Butler Bequest Grants for 2022/2023

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The National Trust of Australia (NSW) administers the Paul William Butler Bequest, which has been set up to promote vintage and veteran cars.
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Holy Trinity Anglican Church Roebourne

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The Holy Trinity Church in Roebourne was completed in 1895 and is both the oldest stone building and oldest Anglican Church in the North West region. The Church is closely linked to the development of Roebourne and the pioneering families of the North West, particularly the Sholl’s and Withnell’s, who
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