Here you can view past projects of the National Trust and learn how Western Australia’s great heritage places have been protected, conserved and interpreted.

Thank you to all who helped support the National Trust on these ventures. Without our generous donors, we would not have been able to accomplish so much.

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Christmas Island's Heritage

The National Trust of Western Australia was invited in 2013 by the former Christmas Island Administrator, to provide professional advice regarding opportunities and limitations associated with the management, conservation and interpretation of Christmas Island’s natural and cultural heritage values.


Gallop House Conservation Works

The National Trust of Western Australia, through the vision and generosity of the Feilman Foundation and a partnership with the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Composers’ Trust has established a composer in residence program at Gallop House.


Wanslea Conservation Works

The successful partnership between the National Trust of Western Australia and Lotterywest has enabled the State Heritage registered Wanslea to be adapted as a support care centre for those with cancer and their families.


Stirling House Conservation Works

A successful public-private partnership between the National Trust of Western Australia and childcare operator Schools of Early Learning has delivered an outstanding compatible and sustainable use outcome at a State Registered Heritage Place.


57 Murray St Conservation Works

The National Trust of Western Australia commenced a major conservation and adaptive reuse project on The Public Health & Medical Department Offices (former) at 57 Murray Street in Perth in March 2013.


Old Farm Strawberry Hill Roof Conservation

Old Farm, Strawberry Hill will become one of the key places to visit in Western Australia, for both locals and visitors, and will provide a platform for one of the most significant heritage experiences in Western Australia.

Rare Watercoulour Returns to Western Australia

A 19th century sketchbook containing a watercolour painting of Western Australia’s first settlement at The Old Farm, Strawberry Hill in Albany is the latest addition to the National Trust‘s collection.


Curtin Family Home in Safe Hands

Former Australian Prime Minister John Curtin’s family home in the beachside suburb of Cottesloe, Western Australia is available for short stay accommodation. It’s one aspect of a unique approach to ensuring a sustainable future for the nationally significant property.


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Current Projects

Help us protect, conserve and interpret our properties, protecting their heritage values into the future. Find out more about our current projects and what we hope to accomplish.