With hundreds of events you can look through our calendar of special activities at our many sites.
Places to visit
Enjoy a great day out with the National Trust. We have over twenty extraordinary heritage sites in Melbourne and regional Victoria for you to explore.
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Explore our education programs
Students can enjoy one of our education programs at the Old Melbourne Gaol, Polly Woodside Tall Ship, Rippon Lea mansion, Como House or McCrae homestead.
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You can take a guided tour of many properties or if you have a group, why not book a group tour.
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Immerse yourself in the dark atmosphere of the Gaol, the Watch House and Court One of the Old Magistrates Court.
Of National heritage significance, Rippon Lea is a grand 19th century mansion complete with a Victorian garden to explore, heritage orchard, lake, childrens playground, fernery and grotto.
This is Melbourne's iconic heritage landmark. Enjoy a tour of the house, take a stroll in the gardens or enjoy a coffee at the cafe.
These rare examples of prefabricated homes were brought out by early settlers to Melbourne. Simple, sparse and poorly insulated, they provide an insight into the lives of early Melbourne citizens in the middle
and lower classes.
Visit the National Trust headquarters including our gift shop. Built in the 1870s, Tasma Terrace is an exceptional example of a three storey Victorian Terrace and the focus of landmark heritage legislative change.
From mansion to apartments, Labassa has survived with its Victorian era decoration intact.
Set in a sweeping rural landscape, wander through this majestic 42 room bluestone mansion which was built in 1871 and captures the glory of a Western District pastoral family.
Prefabricated in Hamburg in 1854, the Heights is one of the largest portable homes in Victoria. Popular for weddings the Heights includes extensive stables, grounds and historic water tower.
Located in historic Chiltern, Dow's Pharmacy includes an original chemist shop with original fittings and stock from over one hundred years. The apothecary workshop in the rear of the building houses the pill press and inventory of a lifetime of a pharmicist's work serving a local community.
Home of Henry Handel Richardson, Lake View House features in her novel about the life a country doctor in her novel, The fortunes of Richard Mahony.
This site acts as a host farm for rare breeds of farm animals that are no longer economically viable on modern commercial farms.
The earliest part of Mills Cottage in Port Fairy dates back to c.1843, making it possibly one of Victoria’s oldest homes.
Hollywood comes to the homestead at this 1860s country house revamped for an Australian millionaire and his movie star wife.