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Zelling Reserve

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In  2004 the Trust received Zelling Reserve from the estate of the late Mrs Sesca Zelling (1918 – 2001) a long standing member of NTSA. It was Mrs Zelling’s wish that the property to be kept “as a wildflower sanctuary to preserve native flora on the eastern end of Kangaroo
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Doris Odgers Reserve

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The Waikerie Branch of the NTSA manages the Doris Odgers Reserve. The reserve is situated on a ridge-top overlooking the Murray Valley, and vegetation is predominantly native pine and eucalyptus trees.  A walking trail with a magnificent view west towards the river wends its way through the trees. Numerous old
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Nurrutti Reserve

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Nurrutti Reserve is a small nature reserve of some 1.4ha on Kyle Road between Aldgate and Mylor. It comprises a delightful area of mixed Stringybark (Eucalyptus obliqua / E. baxteri) open forest on the banks of Aldgate Creek, part of the Onkaparinga catchment. The Reserve was gifted to the Trust
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Brinkworth Reserve

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The Brinkworth Reserve is on Winters Hill, 3.6 km north-west of Pt Lincoln. It was gifted to the National Trust of South Australia by Ken Brinkworth in 1968, with more pieces added over time with the last in December 1986. It is 7.74 ha of partially revegetated farmland, as well
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Malcolm Wicks Reserve

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Malcolm Wicks Reserve was donated to the National Trust of SA by Mr & Mrs M. Wicks and Mr & Mrs G. Nancarrow in 1979. The Reserve contains 7.9 ha of undulating land of high elevation with a good rainfall. The different aspects created by the undulations allow a variety
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HK Fry Reserve

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HK Fry Reserve comprises 3.6ha on Lots 63 and 65 Heath Road, Crafers, just west of Waverley Ridge Road. The steep slopes of the reserve form part of the Hills Face Zone.  It was a gift from Dr Henry Kenneth Fry in March 1959. The access track from Heath Road
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Fraser Reserve

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Fraser Reserve is near Waitpinga on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Only 6 hectares in total, Fraser is a triangular parcel of land straddling a steep-sided tributary of Waitpinga creek. Once part of the neighbouring Fraser farm, it was gifted to the Trust in 1964 by Mr J.G. Fraser and conserves a
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D B Mack Reserve

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D B Mack Reserve comprises an area of 265ha held by the National Trust of South Australia since 1965, when the property was purchased from Mr FJ Fettke. The land was initially held by the Trust under perpetual lease but has since been converted to freehold title. Mr D B
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Saumarez Homestead Gardens

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The Saumarez garden has always been the setting for the homestead and, in many ways was an extension of the house.
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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital – Gold Coast

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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation was created to secure the future of Australia’s wildlife. The Foundation directly funds Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and its vital work treating, rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife. The Hospital has grown to be one of the busiest wildlife hospital’s in the world, admitting
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Petticoat Lane

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A Hidden treasure this unique corner of Penola, Petticoat Lane still retains  original cottages and gardens enabling the visitor to experience the 19th Century cottages and view their stories and experiences. The working herb and vegetable garden produce is  on offer to visitors for a small coin donation. Discover South Australia’s heritage places with
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National Trust Centre

National Trust Centre

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A military hospital and state school which still creates sentiment and nostalgia with Sydneysiders.
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Grossmann  Brough House

Grossmann House

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A collection of 19th century costumes and textiles housed in a gorgeous Victorian era home.
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Old Melbourne Gaol

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Step back in time to Melbourne’s most feared destination since 1845, Old Melbourne Gaol. Shrouded in secrets, wander the same cells and halls as some of history’s most notorious criminals, from Ned Kelly to Squizzy Taylor, and discover the stories that never left. Day and night tours, kids activities throughout
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Latrobe Court House Museum

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Discover the many stories of Latrobe.
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Franklin House

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The birthplace of the National Trust in Tasmania.
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Runnymede

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A largely intact 19th century whaling family’s home named after Capt. Charles Bayley’s favourite ship, Runnymede.
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Penghana

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An impressive house and grounds dramatically sited overlooking Queenstown.
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Old Umbrella Shop

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This charming Launceston shop is one of the last surviving retail experiences of the early 1900’s. It was operated by three generations of the Shott family who made and repaired umbrellas, and in later years were renowned for their hand -crafted souvenirs made on the premises from native timbers. Today
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Home Hill

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1916 homestead and gardens of an Australian Prime Minister.
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