External Appeals

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National Trust External Appeals are administered on behalf of third parties to raise funds for restoration and conservation works. The National Trust of Australia (Vic) is a community-based organisation dedicated to the conservation of our significant built and natural heritage. All donations to the Trust are tax-deductible. The Australian Tax
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Significant Tree Register

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Please note that whilst there are 2,000 significant tree records compiled over 30 years by the National Trusts across Australia, these records are now in the process of being updated by volunteers and loaded into the National Register. The Register of Significant Trees is not a static list of specimens,
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Walkways to Wildlife

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The gift that keeps on giving Help us pave the way for wildlife and order your Walkways for Wildlife personally engraved paver today! A Walkways for Wildlife engraved paver entitles you to have your name, business logo or special message engraved and permanently installed into the pathway leading to Currumbin Wildlife
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Reconciliation Through Place

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The first National Trust of Australia (Victoria) Indigenous cultural heritage survey was launched during Reconciliation Week 2014… Reconciliation Through Place has created a keystone document to guide our protection and celebration of Indigenous cultural heritage significance at our sites. Through consultation and assessment at National Trust properties Mooramong, McCrae Homestead
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Avenues of Honour education and celebration program

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Just like other war memorials that are present across the Australian landscape, Avenues of Honour were first planted to commemorate the sacrifice and service made by local volunteers during the First World War. The planting of these memorial trees was intensely personal, and for many towns across Australia acted as
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Tinker Frogs

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Globally, 1/3 to 1/2 of all amphibian species are threatened with extinction with more than 120 disappearing in recent years. Since 1990, roughly 20% of all known Australian frog species have become threatened in what is becoming known as the greatest extinction since the dinosaurs. Queensland hosts the highest extinction
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Coxens-Fig Parrot

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The Coxen’s Fig-parrot is one of Australia’s most endangered parrots. It is an elusive, small green parrot with large patches of blue above its beak and red-orange cheek patches trimmed with maroon-blue. It has a small tail which gives it an almost stumpy appearance. To the untrained eye, it may
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Glossy Black-Cockatoo

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Glossy Black-cockatoos are the smallest of Australia’s Black-cockatoo species and one of the most threatened. Glossy’s are fussy eaters and forage almost exclusively on the cones of the She-oak (Casuarina and Allocasuarina spp.). They will even bypass trees in full seed to visit a preferred species up to 10km away.
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Former Chatswood South Uniting Church

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This church group is of historic, aesthetic and social significance as a fine, intact rural church, graveyard and landscaped grounds indicative of the early rural settlement of Lane Cove in the eighteen seventies. It is the oldest remaining (the third built) Methodist church on Sydney’s North Shore, and the first
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Auburn Gallipoli Mosque

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Auburn Gallipoli Mosque listed on the National Trust Register
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Cowra Japanese Garden & Cultural Centre

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The Cowra Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre was listed on the National Trust Register in June, 2013.
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Auburn Botanic Gardens

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Auburn Botanic Gardens listed on the National Trust Register in September, 2015.
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WestConnex – M4 East

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National Trust objects to the WestConnex M4 East proposal.
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Avoca Beach Theatre

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National Trust seeks Interim Heritage Order on Avoca Beach Theatre to allow a review of its heritage significance.
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Thompson Square, Windsor

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Thompson Square and its pre-Macquarie archaeology, threatened by road and bridge work, must be kept intact.
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The Rocks World Heritage Under Threat

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Rare brutalist style Sirius Building in Sydney's The Rocks faces demolition.
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Canberra’s National Heritage Assessment

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The National Trust ACT totally support’s and strongly agrees with the proposed national listing of Canberra. We support the nomination of Canberra – central National Area and Inner Hills nomination in lieu of the Canberra and surrounding areas nomination. The proposed nomination is more aligned to the nomination of the Central National Area
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‘Hawke Report’ :Canberra, A Capital Place.

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November 2011  The National Trust ACT, with a membership of over 1,500, is part of the National Trust movement in Australia representing 80,000 members. Our charter states: Our vision is to be an independent and expert community leader in the conservation of our cultural and natural heritage. Our purpose is to
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Cliefden Caves

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Cliefden Caves on the Belubula River near Canowindra are threatened by dam proposals.
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Impact of Coal Mining

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National Trust opposes coal mining proposals that threaten Landscape Conservation Areas and Listed buildings.
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Powerhouse Museum

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Sydney's Ultimo Powerhouse Museum is threatened with closure, demolition and re-development.
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