Trust News May 2013

Partnerships are vital to the National Trust's work. In this edition, we explore some innovative collaborations which include the new Australian Fly Fishing Museum at Clarendon, the preservation of an endangered Aboriginal language in the WA Goldfields and a chance to be part of a landmark roofing project at Rippon Lea in Victoria.

2013 is a year for anniversaries which highlight the values of some fascinating National Trust properties, North Queensland’s Chinese heritage and transcontinental rail links that transformed the nation. There’s a compelling perspective on Lizard Island gained through a tragic story, while Perth’s riverscape is the focus of new cultural plan.

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