Vienna Cottage Heritage Festival Dinner

nsw 8 May 2018
Hal Missingham, former Director AGNSW, and Lou Klepac whose recent book on Missingham chronicles a remarkable period of Australian painting, will provide food for thought over dinner.
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Belgian Lunch in the home of Henri Van de Velde

nsw 28 Apr 2018
A sumptuous luncheon with a Belgian flavour, reflecting the heritage of Henri Van de Velde who built Everglades in the 1930s.
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Seniors’ Festival Morning Tea with special display

nsw 12 Apr 2018
A rare chance to view the Sydney Gold Cup won by Barbelle in 1870.
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Sunset Soiree at Brough House

nsw 23 Mar 2018
Relax in the beautiful gardens of historic Brough House for a Sunset Soiree, with delicious finger food and a glass of wine.
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Day in Aberdeen

nsw 24 Jun 2018
A visit to the 1880s Blairmore House, made possible by the generosity of the owner.
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Berrima Bus Trip and River Walk

nsw 28 Apr 2018
Morning tea at Berrima, lunch, and a visit to the Berrima Court House and the historical Society’s Museum with its records of the camp. Cost – all inclusive: $50 NT members, $55 non-members Bookings: essential Bookings/enquiries: Rhona Leach – 02 4757 2424 or bmnt1814@gmail.com Left: Staying fit: Berrima internees on the river, c1916.
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Nerriga, Old Wool and Sassafras

nsw 21 Apr 2018
In 1828, grazier George Galbraith was listed as the owner of 2,000 acres of land on the Endrick River, to the east of the current village. This property was then known as “Narriga”. The name “Nerriga” was first recorded by surveyor Robert Hoddle on an 1828 expedition of the Shoalhaven
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Winburndale Wander and Autumn Garden Seminar

nsw 18 Mar 2018
Floral art demonstration by leading florist Robert Berry, ending with a stroll through ‘Hillandale’, the  stunning 2.5 hectare cool climate garden and nursery of Sarah and Andrew Ryan. $60 per person. Numbers limited Bookings essential Bookings/enquiries: Miss Traill’s House and Garden – 02 6332 4232 or mth@nationaltrust.com.au Meet at Glanmire (details on booking)
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Eyes Over the Ocean at HARS (Historical Aircraft Restoration Society)

nsw 22 Mar 2018
A specialist tour led by a senior HARS member and a rare chance to view historic aerial reconnaissance planes.
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The White Family of Saumarez, New England, and the Great War

nsw 21 Apr 2018
This Anzac Commemoration highlights the role that women played in the Australian war effort.
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A Day at Hill End

nsw 7 Apr 2018
The Hill End Historic Site, established in 1967, encompasses the historic buildings and cottages built in the early 1870s when rich gold discoveries turned this small rural settlement into one of the largest towns in New South Wales. Day to day life during the boom years is captured in the amazing Holtermann collection of photographs taken by Beaufoy
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Looking at Architecture: Palm Beach Day

nsw 5 Jun 2018
Visit Currawong Avenue on the gentle shores of Careel Bay, away from the holiday crowds that flock to Palm Beach.
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Canberra and Environs Country Weekend

nsw 5 May 2018 - 6 May 2018
GOVERNMENT HOUSE, DUNROSSIL DRIVE, YARRALUMLA By kind permission of Their Excellencies The Honourable General Sir Peter Cosgrove AK, MC (Ret’d) and Lady Cosgrove.   Frederick Campbell pulled down most of his old stone house and in 1891 built a red brick three-storey, double-gabled house, now part of the present Government
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Everglades: Italian Luncheon

nsw 19 May 2018
Italian for lunch and a walk through the beautiful Everglades gardens.
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Everglades: Greek Luncheon

nsw 24 Feb 2018
A delicious three course Greek inspired luncheon, served in the elegant Art Deco Dining room at Everglades house.
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Intrepid Women – Australian women artists in Paris 1900-1950

nsw 2 Dec 2017 - 11 Mar 2018
This summer we celebrate the adventurous spirit of Australian women artists.
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Dr Chau Chak Wing Building

nsw 23 May 2018
The first Australian building designed by internationally renowned architect, Frank Gehry. A Pritzker Prize Winner, Gehry is renowned for his uniquely creative approach to design. His buildings include key educational establishments in the US, the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and other cultural and corporate icons. Morning tea included.   Cost:
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Royal Botanic Gardens Tour

nsw 7 May 2018
The oldest scientific institution in Australian and is home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas.
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Historic Garden Island Tour – SOLD OUT

nsw 3 May 2018
The Naval Historical Society of Australia will take Trust members on a guided walking tour.
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Norfolk Island Tour

nsw 22 Oct 2018 - 29 Oct 2018
The return of a favourite National Trust (NSW) tour.
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Tour: The Legacy of Francis Greenway – SOLD OUT

nsw 8 Mar 2018
Visit three of the buildings designed by the famous convict architect, Francis Greenway.
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