It’s time to get out and about, come together as a community (standing 1.5 metres apart) and enjoy New South Wale’s heritage again.

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, we announced the closure of our beautiful heritage properties until 30 June 2020. In the last few months we have worked tirelessly to reopen these properties to the public, whilst ensuring your safety is our number one priority.

Since 3 July, we successfully reopened S.H. Ervin Gallery, Norman Lindsay Gallery, Everglades House and Garden, Old Government House and Dundullimal Homestead. In our continued efforts to keep reopening the remaining properties, Miss Porter's House, Miss Traill's House, Grossmann and Brough House, Retford Park and Harper's Mansion are now open from November onwards. When we are able to welcome you back to more of Australia’s special places we will update this page.

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There are changes to how you visit National Trust properties in New South Wales so that we can ensure everyone’s safety. This includes timed entry and pre-purchased tickets so we can manage the number of people on site and do our bit for tracing and COVID-safe management practices. See our Terms & Conditions of Entry for further details.

We are delighted to be welcoming you back to the places where heritage comes to life.

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