Looking for a great day out? The National Trust (NSW) has lots of spectacular destinations that are perfect for group visits.

Wander heritage gardens, take in a gallery exhibition, or visit a house museum – there are many ways for groups to enjoy our places across Sydney and regional New South Wales.

We offer guided tours that allow your group to explore National Trust places at your own pace, plus catering options for your visit. Our friendly staff are also on hand to answer any questions and provide insights into the history of our properties.

Book a group visit at the National Trust and you’ll not only be creating a truly memorable experience for your group, you’ll also be contributing to the conservation of Australia’s heritage places.

How to book

Simply explore the locations below then contact the property directly to discuss a tailored itinerary for your group visit requirements.

We look forward to welcoming you to our spectacular places across New South Wales.

Sydney and surrounds

National Trust Centre, Observatory Hill

Once a former military hospital and state school, you can now enjoy a coffee in the National Trust Café or visit the S.H Ervin Gallery next door.


S.H. Ervin Gallery, Observatory Hill

Discover this stunning Sydney gallery dedicated to presenting engaging exhibitions of Australian art and special events each year.


Lindesay, Darling Point

Come and experience nearly two centuries of gracious living at this harbourside mansion with picturesque gardens overlooking Sydney Harbour.


Old Government House, Parramatta

See and hear the stories of this World Heritage-listed site. This convict-built house was the 'country' residence of NSW Governors between 1800–1847.


Experiment Farm Cottage, Harris Park

Visit the historic site of Australia’s first land grant to James Ruse in 1790. Hear the tales of transformation from convict to self-sufficient farmer.


Vienna Cottage, Hunters Hill

Tour a rare, intact example of a tradesman’s cottage in the lovely harbourside neighbourhood of Hunter's Hill.


Blue Mountains

Norman Lindsay Gallery, Faulconbridge

Showcasing the life of artist Norman Lindsay in his former home and studio with a collection of paintings, etchings, novels and sculptures in the picturesque gardens.


Woodford Academy, Woodford

Explore the oldest building in the Blue Mountains. Built as an inn with a taproom, it later transitioned into a private boarding school for boys.


Everglades House & Gardens, Leura

Journey through the stunning Art Deco house, spectacular European inspired gardens, and winding pathways arriving at a beautiful Blue Mountains view.


Hunter Valley region

Grossman House, Maitland

Marvel and explore this rare collection of 19th century furniture, fittings, and textiles housed in a gorgeous Victorian era home.


Miss Porter's House, Newcastle West

Explore the home and life of the Porter family across the course of the twentieth century inside this Edwardian terrace house.


Southern Highlands

Retford Park, Bowral

A must-see with over thirty hectares of natural wonder and beauty surrounding the elegant Victorian Italianate homestead.


Harper's Mansion, Berrima

A 19th century house overlooking the historic township featuring one of the largest hedge mazes in Australia. Bring a picnic to enjoy in the gardens.


Australian Wildlife Sanctuary, Bargo

Discover your wild side at a heritage listed wildlife sanctuary in Bargo with immersive and fun hands-on Australian animal experiences for the whole family.


Southern New South Wales

Cooma Cottage, Yass

Home of the famous explorer Hamilton Hume, overlooking the idyllic Yass Valley. Learn about Hume’s life and impact on Australia.


Riversdale, Goulburn

Built in the late 1830s as a coaching inn, hear and see the stories within the beautiful grounds of original paddocks, outbuildings and gardens.


Country New South Wales

Dundullimal Homestead, Dubbo

Visit this 1840s Homestead, stables and forge and connect to Australia’s rural past. Explore these beautifully restored buildings in park like grounds.


Saumarez Homestead, Armidale

Experience this grand homestead and gardens, home to rural family life for more than 150 years. Hear the stories of privilege, leisure, toil and tragedy.


Miss Traill's House, Bathurst

Enjoy the stories of this Victorian era bungalow filled with a unique collection that once belonged to some of the original settlers of the district.


Sir Henry Parkes Memorial School of Arts

Learn about “The Father of Federation” with a visit to the Sir Henry Parkes Memorial School of Arts.


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