Learn Saori Weaving at Brough House

nsw 11 Aug 2018 - 12 Aug 2018
You will be taught how to weave and create your own unique cloth to take home with you. Weave a scarf, cowl, simple top, wall hanging, art or interior textile. A large range of fibres, colours and textures will be available for you to weave with. All looms are set
Colonial Secretary's Building

Chief Secretary’s Building

The Heritage Award Winning Entry noted –   “The Chief Secretary’s Building commands an elevated position on Bridge Street, Sydney, opposite the entrance to Government House and a short distance from Parliament House in Macquarie Street. Like the design of its impressive architecture, its prominent location was selected to reflect
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Looking at Architecture: Vaucluse Day

nsw 14 Aug 2018
Tours at 10.30 am to 12.30pm and 1pm to 3pm. Costs $40 NT members, $20 youth (12-20 years). Bookings Essential. Online Bookings

Spain and Portugal

nsw 17 May 2019 - 29 May 2019
Spain and Portugal offer some of the richest cultural heritage to be found in Europe.

Moss Vale, Southern Highlands Tour

nsw 1 Nov 2018
Moss Vale, in the beautiful Southern Highlands, has had somewhat of a reinvention over the past decade.

Historic Garden Island Tour

nsw 18 Oct 2018
A guided walking tour of the historic sites of Garden Island which are normally off-limits to the public.

A Tour through the Sydney Mounted Police Stables

nsw 9 Oct 2018 - 16 Oct 2018
The tour commences with a history of the Mounted Police in Australia told by a veteran Mounted Police officer.

ABC Studios Tour

nsw 26 Sep 2018
A fascinating insight into the Sydney home of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in Harris Street, Ultimo.
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Dundullimal 30th anniversary open day

nsw 5 May 2018
A birthday celebration in May to commemorate 30 years since the Dundullimal came under the care of the National Trust.

Spotlight on Coromandel Valley History – How we got here

sa 2 May 2018
This Spotlight gathering shares selected stories about Coromandel Valley from researchers and explores ‘how we got here’. This will include a timeline view and stories of some pioneer families. Tracking some key events from 1837 to recent times will reveal important occurrences and family stories that influenced development. On display

Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea at Barwon Park Mansion

vic 10 Jun 2017 - 13 May 2018
Treat Mum to a unique Mother’s Day afternoon tea event at Barwon Park Mansion. Each ticket includes a tour of the historic mansion, a glass of champagne on arrival and a sumptuous afternoon tea served on our beautiful collection of vintage china. Tickets are limited so secure your place today!
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The Heritage Advocate – Issue 1

Welcome The National Trust of Australia (Queensland) is in an exciting phase of rejuvenation and we want to share our heritage news and advocacy actions with our members, followers and supporters. This is the first edition of our new e-newsletter, The Heritage Advocate. This quarterly newsletter will outline our heritage
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Trust Our Women: Women artists at the S.H. Ervin Gallery

nsw 10 Apr 2018 - 6 May 2018
The works have recently been conserved & re-framed thanks to the generous response of National Trust members to special fundraising appeals and the much-valued corporate and public support. Highlights of the exhibition will include a suite of modernist prints by Australian women such as Margaret Preston, Thea Proctor, Ethleen Palmer,

Heritage Walk 10 – Acton Peninsula – Canberra’s birthplace and first suburb [REPEAT]

act 3 Jun 2018
BY POPULAR DEMAND, A REPEAT PERFORMANCE! Join this fascinating walk back in time to visit the site of Canberra’s first European settlement in 1824, and to explore the Acton Conservation Area. Acton ridge is not only the birthplace of Canberra, its veritable Sydney Cove, but also where it grew up. From
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Retford Park garden open day hedges

Retford Park Garden Symposium: The Art of Creative Pruning

nsw 24 Jul 2018 - 26 Jul 2018
Thanks to years of meticulous care, the gardens of Retford Park have become a centre for gardening excellence. This three day symposium will include lectures and visits to other significant gardens as well as twin accommodation at the beautiful neighbouring property, Milton Park which, like Retford Park, was also built

Australian Heritage Festival in Queensland

Find out what events are happening in Queensland during the AHF 2018.   Visit www.nationaltrust.org.au/ahf/qld/ and search for events in your town or city.

Eryldene August Open Weekend

nsw 9 Jun 2018 - 19 Aug 2018
Visit the garden and admire the continuing display of colour as magnificent azaleas and late flowering camellias come into bloom.
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Historical clothing made for Harper’s Mansion

After a visit to the Southern Highlands, a group of Western Sydney women decided to recreate a piece of history for Harper’s Mansion. The Encore Historical Sewing Group visited the iconic Berrima mansion more than two years ago and decided to get their needles and thread out to create a

Transitions Photographic Exhibition

nsw 5 May 2018 - 27 May 2018
As well as photographs and a book, Transitions is a series of storyboards, aspects of Everglades over decades. The storyboards combine Tracy’s images with archival materials and contributions from those who have known the place intimately. They include diary passages of the garden’s creator, Paul Sorensen, celebrated regionally for his

Coromandel Valley Guided Walks on Request

sa 28 Apr 2018 - 31 May 2018
A guided walk in Coromandel Valley can be arranged to suit your group requirements. Combining a comfortable walk and beautiful settings will enhance fascinating stories of people and places. The guide knows the history of the area and encourages interaction. Discuss your walk with contacts below. Light tea break included.

Ardrossan Museum – Opening Ceremony of New Information Centre and Heritage Museum.

sa 12 Apr 2018
Opening Ceremony of New Information Centre and Heritage Museum. Join us to celebrate the opening of Ardrossan’s new Tourist Information Centre on Sunday 6 May. Following the opening ceremony enjoy a free inspection of the centre and museum, which is in the former Power House building (1905) that supplied electricity
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