The National Trust (NSW) Heritage Awards is an annual celebration of outstanding practice in the field of heritage.

Hosted on Friday 13 May 2022 at the heritage-listed Doltone House in Pyrmont, the National Trust Heritage Awards is a signature event of the Australian Heritage Festival. The ceremony spotlighted projects entered by organisations, individuals and community groups that demonstrate excellence in conservation, advocacy, education, interpretation and communication – including a specific category for projects that promote greater conservation, understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal heritage.

This year the awards were presented by Simon Marnie, ABC Presenter, and VIP guests, the Minister for Heritage, the Hon. James Henry Griffin, and the Deputy Chair of the Heritage Council of NSW, Robyn Parker. Professor of Architecture at University of Technology Sydney and Host of Restoration Australia on the ABC, Anthony Burke, joined us as our 2022 keynote speaker.

Thank you to those who entered the 2022 National Trust Heritage Awards, and congratulations to the projects who were recognised this year.


Find out who took home the trophies

View the 2022 winners booklet


Please contact the National Trust (NSW)’s Heritage Awards team.

Thank you to our supporters

The National Trust Heritage Awards are proudly supported by the NSW Government through Heritage NSW.