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Celebrating the 2,000 who ‘Make a World of Difference’ to us

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The National Trust (NSW) President, Brian Powyer, will this week celebrate with volunteers at the National Trust Centre at Observatory Hill for National Volunteers Week. Two thousand volunteers across the organisation are being acknowledged with communication from the National Trust (NSW) CEO, Debbie Mills and certificates will be presented to
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NSW Reconciliation Art Challenge at Brough House

nsw 28 Jun 2019 - 21 Jul 2019
We are very proud to be showing this exhibition, which has will display the artwork of New South Wales school students from 2018, who have taken up the challenge of portraying the theme of Reconciliation – “Speaking and Listening from the Heart”. The exhibition showcases young people’s visions for their
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Inside the official home of our Prime Ministers

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Glimpse inside the official homes of our Prime Ministers – Kirribilli House and The Lodge.
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Australian Heritage Festival – Final Weekend!

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It’s the final weekend! This is it! It’s your last chance to enjoy what this festival has on offer. Visit the website HERE to explore more events and plan your festival. The Australian Heritage Festival in Western Australia is proudly supported by Lotterywest. Perth Central Explore Perth with the Hooves to Highways look
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Launch of volunteering campaign for National Trust (NSW)

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The launch of the recruitment campaign follows the recent appointment of Melissa Green to the position of Volunteer Coordinator and will kick off during National Volunteering Week (20 -26 May, 2019) at the Goulburn Mulwarree Volunteer Expo. The state-wide campaign to recruit volunteers across the organisation will begin with a focus
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Museums and Galleries National Awards Winners!

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Two innovative National Trust of Western Australia projects – REST at East Perth Cemeteries and Ellensbrook at Mokidup – were applauded at the prestigious Museums and Galleries National Awards in Alice Springs last night. REST at East Perth Cemeteries won the Interpretation, Learning & Engagement Award in the Level 2
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Looking at Architecture: Randwick Day (Members Only)

nsw 13 Aug 2019
Proclaimed as a Municipality in February 1859, and as a City in 1990, Randwick has a rich history and a number of heritage buildings. Cost: National Trust Members – $40.00 National Trust Youth Members (12-20yrs) – $20.00 BOOK ONLINE Sessions Morning Session – 10:30am – 12:30pm Afternoon Session – 1:00pm
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Tour NSW Parliament House & Government House

nsw 30 Aug 2019
  Following morning tea at NSW Parliament House enjoy a guided tour of both of these historic houses. Parliament House was originally the residence of the Chief Surgeon of the “Rum Hospital” (1811-1816) and is Australia’s first and oldest Parliament. Government House, Sydney is currently the residence of the 38th
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Heritage Walk 23 Pastoral Harrison to Gubur Dhaura

act 23 Jun 2019
Three distinct eras will be on show as we walk along the historic Well Station Track to Gungaderra Homestead then across Flemington Road with its light rail, up to Gubur Dhaura—an Aboriginal cultural site. In the lead up to NAIDOC week, Ngunawal elder Wally Bell will share knowledge at this
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David Burdon’s address to National Trust Heritage Awards

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  In 1956 the architectural historian Morton Herman saw what was coming and rushed to produce his book “The Architecture of Victorian Sydney”. Before he had even got the manuscript to the publishers 19 more buildings shown in his publication had been demolished. Today, walking the streets of Parramatta or
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ANZAC memorial and Hyde Park private tour

nsw 8 Aug 2019 - 5 Sep 2019
Built and funded by the people of NSW to commemorate those who served in the First World War, the ANZAC Memorial is one of our State’s most significant cultural and commemorative institutes. (It is also the winner of the Judges Choice Award at this year’s National Trust Heritage Awards!) Of particular interest
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Lior – ‘Between you and me’ at Rippon Lea Estate Ballroom

vic 2 Jul 2019
As part of the Glen Eira Storytelling Festival secure your place to see Lior, one of Australia’s most successful singer-songwriters renowned for his beautiful voice. Lior will perform an intimate concert of songs drawn from his latest album – ‘Between You and Me’ as well as selections from his vast back
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Burnside Branch Branch Talk

sa 14 Jun 2019
Presenter: Dr John Crowhurst Topic: ‘The Legacy of the Anaesthesia ‘Events’ at Pearl Harbor, 7 Dec 1941’. Dr Crowhurst’s presentation ‘reviews the anaesthesia tragedies on that day and the subsequent effects they had on the development of the specialities of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Dr Crowhurst’s research and teaching interests
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Philip Thalis address to the National Trust 2019 Awards

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Thank you for that welcome, Brian, and thank you to the National Trust for inviting me to speak today. I would like to first acknowledge that we are gathered here today on the traditional land of the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. I thank Yvonne Weldon for her welcome
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Shed 26

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An open letter signed by 40 prominent Australians was released by the Save Shed 26 campaigners. Grand Designs Kevin McCloud who added his name to the petition said  through a representative “The conservation of historic buildings is about our industrial and commercial past as much as it is about churches and
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Australian Heritage Festival – Week 4

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What’s on this week… There are only 10 days left of the festival, can you believe it? Check out the events below and enjoy what’s left of this great festival! Visit the website HERE to explore more events and plan your festival. The Australian Heritage Festival in Western Australia is proudly supported by
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ACT National Trust Heritage Awards 2019

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Nominations are now open for this year’s National Trust ACT Heritage Awards. Nominations to be submitted by 28 June. We look forward to receiving this year’s selection of interesting heritage projects and plans for the future. Click here for: Nomination Form PDF Click here for: Nomination Form Word
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Salon des Refusés 2019

nsw 8 May 2019 - 28 Jul 2019
The alternative Archibald and Wynne Prize selection at S.H. Ervin Gallery.
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National Trust Heritage Awards 2019 winners announced

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The National Trust (NSW) has today announced the winners for its annual National Trust Heritage Awards. This year marks the 25th anniversary of these important awards that acknowledge the greatest innovation, conservation, education and advocacy with a view to preserving or protecting natural, built and cultural heritage in New South
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Enrico Taglietti 16 April 1926 – 3 May 2019

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“The aim of my architecture is to express the invisible, joy and music, silence, light and its desire to be.” Enrico Taglietti (1926-2019), architect, spent his early childhood in Milan, moving to Eritrea in the year leading up to World War 2. Returning to Milan, he studied architecture under prominent
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Talks with the La Trobe Society (2019)

vic 10 Jun 2018 - 15 Sep 2019
Secure your place at a number of talks presented by the La Trobe’s Society and learn more about Victorian colonial development and aspects of life in early Melbourne and beyond. Select your talk from the list below Tickets: Bookings are essential. Admission is $10 payable at the door (cash only, no
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