‘LOOKING AT ARCHITECTURE’ is a long-running, highly successful program created by the Women’s Committee of the National Trust in 1961 to offer National Trust members the privilege of visiting private houses of architectural, heritage or cultural interest.

It is strictly for members only.

MEMBERS, FOR FURTHER DETAILS PLEASE CHECK YOUR NSW NATIONAL TRUST MAGAZINE.

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Looking at Architecture: Bronte Day

29 October 2019
National Trust members can visit three private properties in the suburb of Bronte, over-looking the Beach and Nelson Bay.

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Looking at Architecture: Neutral Bay

10 September 2019
Join the National Trust Women's Committee as we look at three private Neutral Bay properties.

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Looking at Architecture: Lower Hunter Valley

18-20 October 2019
Join us on a Country Weekend Coach Trip of the lower Hunter Valley visiting Cessnock and Pokolbin.

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Lower Hunter Valley Country Weekend

18-20 October 2019
Gateway to the Hunter Valley, the districts of Cessnock and Pokolbin bask in diversity. Self drive with us to visit a selection of private houses and locations in these picturesque towns.

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