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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 2021/2022

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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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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital

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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation was created to secure the future of Australia’s wildlife. The Foundation directly funds Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and its vital work treating, rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife. The Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospital’s in the world, admitting
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Heritage Register

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The National Trust Heritage Register covers all types of cultural and natural heritage in Victoria.
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Currumbin Weddings

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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a unique wedding venue with natural rainforest, lush bushland settings and secluded surroundings. You will find intimate hideaways to wild theming options, where you can create a wedding event to suit your personality and budget. Our Chef has crafted delicious menus to suit your occasion, with
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South Australian Heritage Foundation

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Preserve our State’s heritage, support the Foundation by making a donation to the Foundation or one of our conservation project appeals. The South Australian Heritage Foundation is a new way to ensure that our state’s precious heritage is cared for into the future. The Foundation is operated by the National
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Heritage Register WA

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The National Trust has been assessing and Classifying places since the late 1960s and the List includes buildings, precincts, cemeteries, natural landscapes, geological monuments, historic sites, railway vehicles and other items for their heritage significance. There are currently over 1700 Classified items on the list and it is continually growing.
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Tax Deductible Appeals

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The National Trust supports the carrying out of restoration works to properties of heritage significance by conducting tax deductible appeals. The procedure is simple and is carried out under the National Trust’s Tax Deductibility status within conditions laid down by the Australian Taxation Office. In the August 1957 Federal Budget,
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Heritage Conservation Appeals

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The National Trust (ACT) supports Heritage Conservation Appeal Funds in partnership with trustees for heritage sites of significance.
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Heritage Register SA

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The National Trust welcomes nominations of places or objects for classification. These might be individual buildings, groups of buildings, objects such as old railway carriages or bridges, significant trees, gardens or places of great environmental importance.
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Heritage Conservation Appeals

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  Active Appeals Church of Apostles, Launceston Gala Kirk, Cranbrook Playhouse Theatre, Hobart St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Launceston St. George’s Anglican Church, Battery Point Martin Davies Memorial Trust St. Matthew’s Church, Rokeby Phillip Smith Building, Hobart Launceston Bicentenary “Stories in Stone” Cathedral Church of St. David, Hobart Nile Chapel, Deddington
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Heritage Register

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From it's foundation in 1979 to 2004 the National Trust ACT classified or heritage listed places deemed to be of high cultural and historical value to the heritage of the ACT.
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Advisory Service

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As the the pre-eminent, independent community based heritage organisation in Western Australia (WA) the National Trust provides a number of heritage advisory services.
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Covenanting

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The National Trust of Australia (WA)'s conservation covenant program has been assisting private landholders in the protection of natural values on their properties for more than 35 years.
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Heritage Appeals

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There are currently around 30 active appeals of varying sizes, the largest of which is the Brisbane 'Save City Hall' Appeal'.†
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Heritage Register

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The National Trust QLD commenced a list of places of cultural heritage significance in Queensland in the 1960s.
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