‘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.

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

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Paddington Day

12 March 2019
In early Sydney, Moore Park Road connecting Anzac Parade to Oxford Street at Centennial Park, was the gateway leading from the City to the coast at Bondi and beyond.

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Roseville Day

9 April 2019
Roseville the southernmost suburb in the Municipality of Ku-Ring-Gai, is situated on a high fertile ridge bounded by Middle Harbour to the east and the Lane Cove River to the west.

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Blue Mountains Country Weekend

4 - 5 May 2019
Located at the top of the glorious Blue Mountains, the towns of Mt Victoria and Blackheath border the Blue Mountains National Park, World Heritage listed in 2000.

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Palm Beach Day

4 June 2019
Once the preserve of the Garigal People, for most of the nineteenth century the lovely Barrenjoey Peninsular was peopled by remnant aboriginal groups, fishermen and small farmers.

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Short Tours and Treks

Discover "National Trust Way Day Tours", short tours and treks locally and overseas.

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