Heritage Conservation Appeals

To promote the conservation of Queensland's heritage places the National Trust runs public appeals known as Heritage Conservation Appeals. These appeals offer contributors the ability to claim their donations as a tax deduction.

There are currently around 30 active appeals of varying sizes, the largest of which is the Brisbane ‘Save City Hall’ Appeal. The National Trust charges a small percentage fee of funds raised for hosting the appeal. Conservation includes maintenance and repairs that retain the place’s significance.

For more information about appeals or making a donation for a heritage conservation project, contact the National Trust Queensland Head Office on 07 5534 0812.

Current appeals include:

All Saints’, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane
Brisbane City Hall Restoration, Brisbane
Bulimba Uniting Church, Bulimba
Christ Church, Milton, Brisbane
City Tabernacle Baptist, Brisbane
Graceville Uniting Church, Graceville, Brisbane
Holy Trinity Church, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
Moreton Club, ‘Bertholme’, New Farm, Brisbane
Sacred Heart Church, Townsville
St Agatha’s Church, Clayfield, Brisbane
St Andrew’s Anglican Church, Vulture St, South Brisbane
St Andrew’s Seventh Day Adventist Church, Bundaberg
St Andrew’s Uniting Church, Ann St, Brisbane
St Brigid’s Church, Red Hill, Brisbane
St Brigid’s Church, Rosewood
St Columba’s Conservation Appeal
St James’ Cathedral, Townsville
St John’s Cathedral Completion, Brisbane
St John’s Cathedral Maintenance, Brisbane
St Joseph’s Cathedral, Rockhampton
St Luke’s Church, Toowoomba
St Mary’s Catholic Church, Beaudesert
St Mary’s Catholic Church, Ipswich
St Mary’s Anglican Church, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane
St Monica’s Cathedral, Cairns
St Paul’s Church Hall, Indooroopilly
St Paul’s Anglican Church, Ipswich
St Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Spring Hill, Brisbane
St Paul’s Cathedral – Rockhampton
St Peter and St Paul’s Church, Bulimba
St Thomas’ Anglican Church, Toowong
United Service Club, Brisbane
Wolston House Tea Terrace