Looking at Architecture is a program organised by the Women’s Committee and provides people who love heritage with the opportunity to visit private homes of unique heritage, historical or architectural significance.

The Women’s Committee is delighted to announce that in celebration of the National Trust’s 75th Anniversary, members can now bring one friend to all Looking at Architecture house inspection days.

The Women’s Committee is also providing members with the following special in 2020:

Members can purchase tickets for any three metropolitan Looking at Architecture Inspection Days during the year for $100 – a saving of $20.

Our Looking at Architecture Days feature in the menu below. To take advantage of the above offer, please phone (02) 9363 2401 for more information or email lindesay@nationaltrust.com.au

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Looking at Architecture – Mosman 10 March

In 1789 in a quiet cove on the north shore of Port Jackson, H.M.S. Sirius was careened to make repairs to the Flag Ship of the 1st Fleet. Later, in 1831

Looking at Architecture – Braidwood Weekend 2 & 3 May

The historic town of Braidwood is located just 85kms south east of Goulburn and is listed on the Register of the National Estate and the NSW State Heritage

Looking at Architecture – Glebe 7 April

Toxteth Park is an inner-city Sydney estate that was subdivided for residential development following the passing of prominent solicitor, Sir George Wigram

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