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The National Trust (NSW) pays tribute to Jack Mundey

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Dubbo Driftwells on the Register

On 1 April 2020, the National Trust (NSW) Board of Directors approved the listing of the Dubbo Driftwells on the Nationa

The National Trust (NSW) Celebrates its 75th Anniversary Today

The National Trust of Australia (NSW) is celebrating its 75th Anniversary today. Australia’s oldest conservation chari

A Powerhouse on Heritage

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