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Honours for National Trust (NSW) members in Australia Day 2019 Awards

Les and Lois both received awards for their service to heritage protection. Les has been National Trust property manager

Turning Up the Heat on Pests at Woodford Academy

The innovative treatment is being undertaken by Modified Atmospheres and Simon de Montemas from Precision Pest Control a

Government supports Southern Highlands Regional Gallery at Retford Park

Retford Park has received a $2,490,000 grant that will support the development of a regional gallery.

National Trust (NSW) Announces its Board of Directors for 2019

National Trust (NSW) has announced its Board of Directors for 2019.

Golden Vale Homestead to host Prelude Composer in Residence

Golden Vale Homestead has been included in the Prelude Composer in Residence program run by the Bundanon Trust.

Volunteers and staff recognised at the 2018 Trust Honours Awards

  2018 Honours Award recipients Honorary Life Membership: Elizabeth Ellis – Collections Committee Caroline Parker

Planning the big picture for Sydney: Graham Quint says ‘we are seeking answers’

Graham Quint, Director, Conservation at the National Trust (NSW) delivered a keynote address last night at the first Sav

My Fair Lady: The History of the Lindesay Christmas Fair

Tucked into the hillside overlooking Sydney Harbour is Lindesay – the elegant Gothic Revival mansion built in 1834. Th

Graham Quint to address Sydney planning forum

The ‘Planning the Big Picture for Sydney’ forum will be held at NSW Parliament House on 13 November. It is designed

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