The National Trust of South Australia was first incorporated in 1955 to protect and conserve natural and built places of heritage significance. Today the National Trust of South Australia continues to make a difference to the preservation and promotion of South Australia’s natural and built heritage. In everything we do we aim to demonstrate the relevance of heritage, both natural and cultural, to our lifestyle, our economy and our communities.

 

Welcome to the National Trust of South Australia

Silver to Sea Way

The Silver to Sea Way is a heritage regeneration project designed to bring more visitors to explore the rich stories along the route between Port Pirie in the mid-north of South Australia and Broken Hill in western New South Wales.

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What's On

Check out our What's On section for new tour dates and events.

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Keeping Ayers House for the people

A heart-felt thank you to the thousands who supported us in our efforts to keep Ayers House for the people. Many of you stepped outside your comfort zone to either sign a petition, call talk-back radio, write a letter to your local MP or help at a petition table, such was the importance that you attached to the principle of public accessibility. For your contribution, we are enormously grateful. We are pleased to report that we have begun discussions with the new Minister, Deputy Premier Susan Close, about the future of Ayers House, including legislation to place the house permanently in the care of the National Trust. Stay tuned for developments!

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Membership

National Trust members play an active role in the conservation of South Australia's built and natural heritage.

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Volunteer

Volunteering is a wonderful way to make a difference by protecting our heritage for future generations.

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Donate

Help us preserve our pristine natural environments, buildings that house the stories of other lives and times, and the collections that bring them to life.

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Advocacy

The National Trust of SA’s core responsibility is the preservation, management, maintenance and promotion of historic sites, natural reserves, museums, folk history, collections, icons and heritage.

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Patrons

Since 2013, the Trust has offered civic-minded people to join our Governor as Patrons.

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Collections

The unique collections and objects held by the National Trust are located throughout the State.

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Publications

NTSA's Heritage Living magazine is full of interesting stories featuring advocacy and heritage issues, travel, events and more

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Venues for hire

Celebrate your special day in style at one of our historic Adelaide venues.

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Employment Opportunities

Heritage, both natural and cultural, offer rewarding employment opportunities.

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The National Trust of South Australia was first incorporated in 1955 to protect and conserve natural and built places of heritage significance. In everything we do we aim to demonstrate the relevance of heritage, both natural and cultural, to our lifestyle, our economy and our communities.

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