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Your Heritage, Your Culture
The National Trust believes that our cultural heritage is intrinsically valuable and intertwined with our natural environment. We are passionate about connecting people and communities to our diverse heritage and culture.
Ellensbrook at Mokidup: a land steeped in whispers of time.
Enduring love stories of Strawberry Hill at Barmup
Help protect Western Australia’s heritage.
The National Trust of Western Australia works to raise knowledge, awareness, understanding and commitment to Western Australia’s natural and cultural heritage.
We connect communities to the value of heritage through conservation, interpretation, events and education.
In partnership with the community and government, the National Trust promotes awareness and understanding, encourages participation, actively champions protection and leverages the economic and social value of Western Australia’s heritage.
We are a membership organisation and rely upon the commitment of many passionate volunteers. Learn more about what we do, who we are and how you can support our work.
Who is The National Trust?
The National Trust of Western Australia is part of a collaboration of independent organisations around the world that are committed to the protection of heritage.
The National Trust of Western Australia cares for more than 60 places across the state and more than 20,000 artefacts.
To be recognised as leaders in engaging communities with the value of Western Australia’s heritage to ensure its protection for future generations.
To connect communities to the value of Western Australia’s diverse natural and cultural heritage.
The National Trust of Western Australia is a statutory body that delivers heritage services through whole of government appropriations. The organisation delivers services in the areas of property and collection management, natural heritage management and education and learning programs.