Taking its name from the colonial estate made famous by the Wentworth family, Vaucluse nestles in a north-facing amphitheatre bounded on the south-east by high cliffs to the ocean and on the north by the little bays and sandy beaches of the outer harbour.
Looking at Architecture House Inspections
‘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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Mosman, the picturesque Harbourside suburb so close to the CBD yet a world away, with its sandy beaches and wooded headlands, has always been the place to be.