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National Reconciliation Week: Be Brave. Make Change.

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The National Trust acknowledges that its properties are situated on Aboriginal land across the state and recognises Aboriginal people remain the cultural and spiritual custodians of their land and continue to practise their values, languages, beliefs and knowledge. We are committed to working with Aboriginal people to ensure these practices
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A fond look at Snottygobble Hill

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Years of service Just south of Bridgetown is the property knows as Snottygobble Hill, named after the plant Persoonia longifolia (and not the questionable hobby of some). An impressive example of Western Australia’s Jarrah/Marri/Banksia bushland in its natural state, Snottygobble Hill is currently registered with the National Trust’s Conservation Covenant
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Georgian Glass Exhibition

nsw 2 Jul 2022 - 16 Oct 2022
Glass has been an essential part of British households since Roman times. The earliest manufacture of raw glass in England can be traced back to 1226 at Chiddingfold. Until the 15th century, the majority of glass produced was window glass for use in churches and monasteries, with some glass for
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An Authors Event with Christine Stewart – Collits’ Inn: Uncovering The Past

nsw 20 Sep 2022
Christine Stewart trained as an artist, and in 1998 she and her husband took on a project to restore the derelict but historic Collits’ Inn which was built by an ex-convict in 1823 to welcome travellers who had descended the Blue Mountains on their way to Bathurst and the West.
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Grossmann House at Maitland Heritage Fest

nsw 18 Jun 2022 - 19 Jun 2022
The historic precinct of Church Street Maitland will come alive for the weekend of June 18 and 19 as the second Maitland Heritage Fest celebrates the city’s rich and diverse history. Grossmann House will be open for tours led by suitably dressed guides at the special rate of $5 per head for
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Keera Vale ‘Grand Old Dame of Wollongong’ Visit

nsw 16 Jul 2022 - 17 Jul 2022
Keera Vale is referred to as the Grand Old Dame of Wollongong and is a Georgian home built in 1843 for Judge Roger Therry and his wife Anne Riley. The house, a commodious two storey building, was originally surrounded by an extensive garden with fruit trees and dairy farm, complete
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CALLUM BRAE

act 4 Jun 2022
Visit Callum Brae Nature Reserve and Rural Property Heritage Tour
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ENDANGERED HERITAGE – BEHIND THE SCENES

act 15 Jun 2022
Visit Endangered Heritage Conservation        
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Discover Dundullimal – Gorgeous Gardens at Dundullimal Homestead

nsw 27 Aug 2022
Towering eucalypts, old agave lined fences and ornamental gardens. Dundullimal’s garden has a rich history. It has hosted many joyous social events, and provided a bounty of food for its early residents. Discover the stories of the garden with Louise Martel on a special walk and talk around Dundullimal Homestead’s
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Discover Dundullimal – Quiet, Sophisticated & Honest Architecture at Dundullimal Homestead

nsw 16 Jul 2022
A humble slab hut from one side, but something altogether different from the other. A young man, unmarried arrives in Sydney and makes his way to beyond the limits of civilisation with a fortune in his pocket, having purchased the slab hut he began renovations for the new life that
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New exhibition: Beneath the Bitumen: Discoveries from the Chinese Cemetery, East Perth

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‘Beneath the Bitumen: Discoveries from the Chinese Cemetery, East Perth’ is a dual language exhibition and part of the Western Australian Heritage Festival, supported by Lotterywest. It will be on display in St Bartholomew’s Church, East Perth Cemeteries, from 19 May to 19 June. “The Chinese Cemetery, on the western
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Statement on the conflict in Ukraine

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The National Trusts of Australia stand with UNESCO and its efforts to implement emergency support across its spheres of competence and calling for the urgent protection of Ukraine’s extraordinary wealth of cultural heritage, with reference to the 1954 Hague Convention on the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of
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FLAME Festival

sa 27 May 2022 - 29 May 2022
  A new and exciting three-day festival showcasing local products and artisans is coming to the Copper Coast in May 2022. The FLAME Festival, which stands for: FOOD,  LIGHT,  ART,  MUSIC  &  ENTERTAINMENT. FLAME Festival will be celebrated across Kadina, Moonta and Wallaroo. The Copper Coast tourism team is relying on
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Beneath the Bitumen: Discoveries from the Chinese Cemetery, East Perth

wa 22 May 2022 - 26 Jun 2022
A new exhibition showcases some of the findings made during excavations in the former Chinese Cemetery. ‘Beneath the Bitumen: Discoveries from the Chinese Cemetery, East Perth’ is a dual language exhibition and part of the Western Australian Heritage Festival, supported by Lotterywest. Prior to redevelopment of the East Perth site, which
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Meet the 2022 Heritage Awards Judge’s Choice winner

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The best of heritage was celebrated on 13 May at the 2022 National Trust Heritage Awards. Of the many deserving winners across multiple categories, it was a special project that breathed new life into an old museum in Cobar that took out the coveted Judge's Choice Award.
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The 2022 National Trust Heritage Awards winners announced

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The best of heritage has been celebrated today at the 2022 National Trust Heritage Awards at Sydney’s Doltone House.
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Polly Woodside Open Day

vic 26 Jun 2022 - 3 Jul 2022
After travelling 1.5 million miles across the globe, the Polly Woodside now welcomes you aboard
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Rejection of National Heritage listing of Canberra

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National Heritage listing rejected! The National Trust (ACT) is bitterly disappointed that the Federal Government has rejected the proposed National Heritage listing of Canberra. Media release  
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Woodford Academy Artist in Residence Talk – Naomi Oliver

nsw 17 Sep 2022
Artist in Residence Naomi Oliver will explore the furniture, materials, objects and trimmings of Woodford Academy to uncover possible personalities and social pretensions, as well as hidden or overt intentions. Using creative coding and video art, Oliver responds to historical artefacts digitally, attempting to tap into a space where old
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Statement on Ukraine

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The National Trust of Australia is deeply concerned by the devastating impact of the conflict in Ukraine, the innocent lives lost and displaced, and the irrevocable damage to Ukraine’s rich cultural heritage and architectural landscape.  The National Trust Australia stands with UNESCO and their efforts to implement emergency support across its spheres
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Drive your story! Margaret River Region drive trails

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The National Trust of Western Australia is excited to be a part of a new initiative from the Margaret River and Busselton Tourism Association. Five new self-guided drive trails will help you see more of what matters – in your own time. The MRBTA has curated a collection of five coast
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