Riversdale’s Victorian Christmas

nsw 5 Nov 2017 - 26 Dec 2017
Festive cheer a-plenty and a Christmas stall with handcrafted items and Mrs Beckett’s delicious jams and preserves. Relax over Devonshire Tea.     NT members free, $6 concession, $8 non-members   Food and drinks for sale     Enquiries: Holly – 02 4933 3330 or mcnamee0@gmail.com
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Fete in the Garden of Home Hill

tas 19 Nov 2017
  Home Hill’s annual Garden Fete is almost here again! Join us for entertainment, children’s activities, food stalls, market stalls, and so much more. Featuring many local makers and artisans, as well as Home Hill’s own Bric-a-Brac stall, this Fete will have something for everyone – all in the beautiful
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Home Hill’s Providore on the Lawn – Farmers Market

tas 1 Oct 2017 - 29 Oct 2017
Join us to help celebrate this amazing region, Providore Place and Home Hill have joined together for the 2017 Devonport Food and Wine Festival to celebrate the diversity, authenticity and freshness in Tasmania’s North West. This Farmers Market at Home Hill, the former residence of Tasmania’s only Prime Minister,  Joseph

Looking at Architecture: Hunters Hill Day

nsw 10 Apr 2018
The long rocky peninsula separating the Parramatta and Lane Cove Rivers is one of Sydney’s most individual suburbs.

Looking at Architecture: Point Piper Day

nsw 13 Mar 2018
A steep and rocky peninsular stretching into the south-eastern waters of Sydney Harbour.

Mount Lofty Branch AGM

sa 25 Oct 2017
Guest speaker Professor Norman Etherington, President NTSA Please note 5.30pm for 6pm start. Refreshments will be served. Committee members urgently required!

Beaumont House Open Garden Day

sa 24 Sep 2017
The restored garden at Beaumont House will be open to the public  with guided tours, music by the Jazz Band of the SA Police, a coffee stall, Devonshire teas, a blacksmith demonstration and plant and olive oil sales. In May this year more than 40 volunteers helped to harvest olives

Como School Holiday Activities (2017)

vic 27 Sep 2017 - 6 Oct 2017
Please note that there are two sessions running in the morning from 9.30am until 12pm and two sessions in the afternoon from 1pm until 3.30pm.   Looking for something fun, interesting, and different to do with the kids this school holidays? Dress up and take a step back in time
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Norman Lindsey Gallery: Oils Masterclass with Warwick Fuller

nsw 11 Nov 2017 - 12 Nov 2017
Blue Mountains landscape artist, Warwick Fuller will hold a two days oils masterclass.

The Art and Culture of Retford Park

nsw 1 Nov 2017 - 12 Nov 2017
A guided tour showcasing part of the legacy left by Mr James Fairfax at Retford Park.

Garden Day at La Trobe’s Cottage (2017)

vic 1 Oct 2017
Join us in celebrating Spring this year with tours of the charming garden at La Trobe’s Cottage. The early development of the garden that Charles and Sophie La Trobe created at Jolimont reflects Charles longing for home with the aim to recreate the ornamental gardens of Europe. However, as the
WA News February 2017

Trust News WA Feb 2017

NSIDE THIS ISSUE: 2 PERSPECTIVES Having a Voice: new funding brings Fanny Balbuk Yooreel to the Heritage Festival, CEO Message, Heritage Watch, and Quite a serve from the Artillery Drill Hall. 6 INNOVATION National Trust welcomes lead role in Sunset Heritage Precinct future, Inaugural 2017 Prelude Composer in Residence at
Trust Issue 2

Trust Issue 2

From the Editor: AS WE WERE finishing the final pages of TRUST, I wondered about Aphrasia “Aphra” Maughan, who indirectly is the cover star of this issue. It is her portrait that you can see hanging in the dining room at Dundullimal, the 1840s homestead near Dubbo in New South
WA News May 2017

Trust News WA May 2017

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: 2 PERSPECTIVES Giving voice to Western Australia’s Heritage, CEO Message, and Heritage Watch. 4 INNOVATION Inspired Quilters, and What can we do with water – the next 20 years? 7 CONNECTIONS A traditional building experience, and An approaching bicentenary. 9 PLACES Expanding our vision at Old Farm,Strawberry
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Clarendon Bush Dance in The Stone Barn!

tas 11 Nov 2017
FAMILY EVENT The Clarendon bush Dance is back again and better than ever! Saturday November 11th, 6-10pm. Kick up your heels to the fabulous Bush Band, the ‘Bottom Pub Ceilidh Band’! Enjoy classic HOT BAKED POTATOES with all the trimmings for $8.00 each.   Cost $10.00 per adult (early bird

Heritage Walk 3 – Oaks Estate

act 26 Nov 2017
The story of the junction of the Molonglo and Queanbeyan Rivers at Oaks Estate, explores a convergence of landscape histories; overlaying Aboriginal landscape with pastoralists, surveyors, the railway tracks and river crossing, regional and federal development, and natural environment. The walk starts from ‘The Robertsons’ House’ and proceed along Oaks
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Heritage Walk 4 – Acton Peninsula – Canberra’s birthplace and first suburb

act 31 Dec 2017
Escape the festivities for a couple of hours! 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
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Heritage Walk 5 – Mt Stromlo

act 21 Jan 2018
Mt Stromlo Observatory is a Canberra icon, the oldest scientific institution in Canberra and the headquarters of The Australian National University’s (ANU) Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics (RSAA). The site highly significant, being listed on the Commonwealth Heritage List and having been assessed as having potential national values. Many are
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Heritage Walk 6 – Callum Brae Nature Reserve

act 25 Feb 2018
Our walk will take us through the Red Box-Yellow Gum grassy woodland to a view eastwards and will include powder magazines. The nature reserve is popular with bird watchers. The heritage-listed property of Callum Brae can tell us a lot about the Commonwealth Soldier Settlement scheme after World War I.
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Heritage Walk 2 – Blandfordia 5

act 22 Oct 2017
Hear the intriguing history of this special part of Griffith and its background of Garden City planning. The history evoked by its features includes traces of the earliest inhabitants of this land, references to the 18th century explorers, local 19th century settlers and 20th century visionaries. Brendan Preiss with other
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Carols and Cake

tas 10 Dec 2017
Come along again to this ever-popular annual event, the Franklin house ‘Carols and Cake’! Carols by the Tamar Valley Voices The famous Franklin House fruit mince pies will be served! 2.00pm Cost $10.00 Bookings essential for catering purposes on 63447824 Sunday 10 December, 2017 Franklin House
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