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Welcome to the National Trust of Australia (Victoria)

The National Trust of Australia (Victoria) has grown since 1956 to become the state’s largest community-based heritage advocacy organisation actively working towards conserving and protecting our heritage for future generations to enjoy.

The National Trust is an independent and privately funded organisation and operates many historic properties which are open to the public.

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Exhibitions & Events

The National Trust has your social calendar covered with many exciting and interesting exhibitions and events. Find out what's coming up.



Enjoy a great day out at one of the many National Trust historic properties and gardens around Victoria.


Weddings and Venue Hire

Choose the perfect venue for your wedding, event or function.


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Join our 60th Anniversary Celebrations!

We have a range of events and activities to mark the National Trust of Australia (Victoria) 60th year.

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Search the Heritage Register

Look up information about heritage sites throughout Victoria



As the largest community-based heritage organisation in Victoria, find out more about the National Trust's campaigns to preserve our heritage.


Advocacy Programs

The National Trust runs a range of ongoing heritage programs that align with our mission to engage with the community to appreciate, conserve, and celebrate our built, natural and cultural heritage. Find out more.


Latest news on the National Trust VIC

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Victorian Government to revitalise Polly Woodside

The Victorian Government is helping to revitalise our much-loved Polly Woodside. Minister for Planning Richard Wynne ann

Mountain Ash named inaugural Victorian Tree of the Year

The Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans), known as the ‘Kalatha Giant’, is thought to be at least 400 years old, 65 met

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