Victor Harbor museum – Special Event

sa 22 Mar 2018
Victor Harbor branch are holding a Special event – 20 years celebration of the opening of the Visitor centre building showcasing the history of Victor Harbor 1800 to 1900.

Tea Tree Gully Heritage museum Open Days

sa 18 Feb 2018
Tea Tree Gully Branch – Heritage on Sunday.  Enjoy the afternoon as you visit 13 rooms in the building, 4 pavilions, working blacksmith, police cell and laundry.  Surrounded in a beautiful garden setting take time to wander, explore and be entertained. Devonshire tea is available and the Gift Shop is

Tea Tree Gully Heritage museum-Breakfast with the Birds – Special event

sa 18 Feb 2018
Breakfast with the Birds – Special event  Enjoy a leisurely continental or full breakfast in the beautiful gardens surrounding the museum. Bookings include free entry to the museum. Book now, search for ‘breakfast with’

Hahndorf Branch & Combined History Groups of the Hills

sa 3 Apr 2018
Combined History Groups of the Hills. Speaker: Jane James

Mount Barker Branch Talk: “Those wild rabbits”

sa 6 Mar 2018
Talk: “Those wild rabbits – how they shaped Australia”. Speaker: Bruce Munday

The Trust Talks – Boggo Road Gaol

qld 15 Mar 2018
The Trust Talks aim to open the doors for Innovation, Collaboration and Celebration of our heritage.

Paranormal Investigation Evening – Royal Bulls Head Inn

qld 24 Feb 2018 - 25 Feb 2018
With a reputation for being the “most haunted” building in Toowoomba, come join our 'South East Paranormal' team for a Paranormal Investigation of the Royal Bull’s Head Inn!
The dining hall court viewed through western colonnade

Robb College

The University of New England has announced the imminent demolition of most of the State Significant, Michael Dysart designed Robb College.

Plant Motifs

nsw 3 Mar 2018 - 2 Apr 2018
Presenting 'Plant Motifs’ an exhibition of prints from the collection by key mid to late 20th century Australian print makers who have been inspired by the natural world.

In the Minds Eye

nsw 3 Feb 2018 - 25 Feb 2018
Ten photographers from the Blue Mountains Photography Group will showcase their beautiful new works at Everglades.
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Australian Heritage Festival 2018- Register now!

Register your event now for the 2018 Australian Heritage Festival,  Australia’s biggest annual community-driven heritage festival. Join the National Trust in celebrating Australia’s cultural heritage, through talks, tours, exhibitions and events across Queensland. It is free to register.

Mooramong Dogs Day Out! (2018)

vic 17 Feb 2018
When the Hollywood silent movie actress Claire Adams Mackinnon arrived at Mooramong in 1938 with her husband Donald ‘Scobie’ Mackinnon, she almost immediately set about re-modelling the homestead into a building much more familiar to her in style, something that was at that time straight out of contemporary Hollywood. The
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Music in the Pool House

nsw 17 Mar 2018
Enjoy a lazy afternoon listening to the Retford Park String Quartet.

Genaivisheh Shtiklech (Tricky Pieces) Exhibition at Tasma Terrace (2018)

vic 23 Feb 2018 - 9 Mar 2018
Genaivisheh Shtiklech (Tricky Pieces) is an exhibition of 16 enigmatic new works. More than what they first appear, each of the small-scale, intricately silver-smithed sculptures in perspex combine language, metaphor and conflict to both puzzle and enlighten. Inspired by the natural world, her childhood connection to the Yiddish language and

Teddy Bears Picnic

tas 4 Feb 2018
Come along to the National Trust Tasmania’s inaugural Teddy Bears Picnic at Runnymede in New Town! On Sunday 4th February from 10am until 2pm, for the first time, Runnymede is inviting teddy bears, young and old, and their families to bring along a picnic to enjoy in the beautiful heritage

Murder at the Millicent museum

sa 14 Apr 2018
During the Geltwood Craft Festival Millicent museum will present “Murder at the Museum” a 1920s’ theme, the end of the First World War.  A mystery to be solved!! Bookings will be at the Millicent Visitor Information Centre closer to the date. The times presently on this website are tentative.

Jazz in The Yard

tas 28 Jan 2018 - 18 Mar 2018
Take it easy on a warm summer’s day and enjoy a relaxing afternoon of live jazz, and great food and drinks set against the stunning backdrop of one of Australia’s most significant convict sites – The Hobart Convict Penitentiary. The Harry Edwards Trio will be playing all-original jazz compositions in

Stitch and Sip

tas 7 Apr 2018 - 5 May 2018
Bring a friend or make new ones while you learn to crochet a basket with Katinka Challen of Lily & Dot, using upcycled t-shirt yarn. All materials provided, with a glass of Pimms on arrival, tea/coffee and afternoon tea treats. Venue: Historic Runnymede, 61 Bay Road, New Town Dates: Saturday 3 March 2018 3:00pm – 5:00pm *(sold out)*
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Glen Eira Residents Free To Enter Gardens at Rippon Lea Estate – Media Release

National Trust of Australia (Victoria) opens its gates to the City of Glen Eira The National Trust of Australia (Victoria) at the end of last year announced an exciting new partnership with the City of Glen Eira to open the gardens of Rippon Lea Estate free to local residents. Glen

Pioneer Women’s Trail Walk 2018

The Pioneer Women’s Trail honours the early German women settlers in Hahndorf who did exactly this. The colony of South Australia was barely two years old in 1838, when the first ships arrived with Lutheran refugees from Prussia who were eager to build new lives free from religious persecution. As
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