Reviving a country treasure, things to do in spring, plus protecting Central Station from overdevelopment. Here are some highlights from our October 2022 newsletter.
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Conserving Cooma Cottage
This month we shine a light on Cooma Cottage in Yass, Ngunnawal country. Cooma Cottage is one of NSW’s oldest surviving rural homesteads, and we’re calling for donations to help breathe new life into this country treasure. Read about what we have planned and watch the video to see how you can get involved.
Things to do in spring
From theatre in the park, to photo-perfect picnics, there’s so much happening across our places this spring. Read more
Central Station to be buried amongst skyscrapers
We’ve been actively opposing the proposals for substantial overdevelopment at Central Station and its surrounds. Here’s what’s at stake and how you can help raise a voice against overdevelopment. Read more
Overdevelopment threatens agricultural heritage
Proposed development in Harris Park, Parramatta is set to threaten the cottage setting of Hambledon Cottage and the surrounding cultural landscape. Find out what’s being proposed. Read more
National Trust volunteers recognised at State Volunteer Awards
Two long-serving National Trust (NSW) volunteers have been recognised for their achievements at the recent 2022 NSW Volunteer of the Year Awards. Read more
Unique 19th century sketches preserved for the future
Exquisite drawings by artist Emily Twynam have been conserved and digitised, and are now on display at her original home in Riversdale, Goulburn, Gundungurra land. Read more