The National Trust of Australia (NSW) (‘the Trust’), administers the Paul William Butler Bequest which has the object of promoting vintage and veteran cars. The Trust accepts that veteran cars must be built before the end of 1918 and vintage cars between 1919 and 1930.
- The public exhibition of vintage and veteran cars in New South Wales;
- The restoration and preservation of vintage and veteran cars for the purpose of public exhibition in New South Wales;
- Education or research into vintage and veteran cars in New South Wales.
All organisations whose purposes align to the purposes of the grant are eligible to apply.
- Activities including vintage and/or veteran cars.
- Public exhibitions may include static displays, car rallies and other means which provide an opportunity for the community to view and engage with the exhibition.
- Education or research may involve participation in studies or funding specific programs that will educate the community on vintage and/or veteran cars.
Images (L-R): Veteran Car Club of Australia (NSW)’s National Rally – Image by Tom Kingback; Orange District Antique Motor Club’s Autumn Rally – Image by Lance Seymour; Veteran Car Club of Australia (NSW)’s National Rally – Image by Francis McDougall
Applications for the calendar year 2024 have now closed.
Applicants will be notified of the decision by the Selection Committee by the end of October 2023.
- Name of applicant
- Preferred contact details
- Brief outline of grant application
- How the grant relates to the purposes set out in this paper
- Whether the activities will include historic buildings, and in particular Trust owned properties
- Approximate timing
- Proposed itemised budget
- Opportunities to link to the Trust e.g. for promotion of Trust properties or membership
- How the Trust will be publically acknowledged should the application be successful.