The National Trust manages a number of heritage properties throughout Australia, New Zealand, and Britain. It is responsible for maintaining and restoring properties that are a part of our heritage.
Visiting these properties provides a unique experience, allowing you to step back in time and experience what it would be like living in that era. It is not just the property that has been kept in a time box; many of the original contents are on display throughout the various properties.
The types of properties managed by the National Trust include houses built in the 1800’s, telegraph stations, courthouses, mills, churches, and schools. The National Trust manages 35 properties in Western Australia and each one of them reflects the unique history of the State.
For more information about the fascinating heritage places you can visit in WA please visit the National Trust website.
The National Trust also manages the Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail; which is a fascinating self drive tour, following the pipeline designed by CY O’Connor. As you leave the Mundaring Weir and head for the dry lands of Kalgoorlie, a number of historic points and references are covered along the Heritage Trail.
If you’re a bit of a history buff, or just love to visit heritage places occasionally, then you may be interested in membership with the National Trust. Membership provides entry into all National Trust properties in Australia, New Zealand, and Britain; which is fantastic value. You will also be helping to preserve Western Australia’s heritage.
Kalgoorlie has a rich history steeped in the romance, hard times and booming success of the Gold Mining Industry. more
Experience warm hospitality and delicious homestyle cooking on this outback working cattle and sheep station. A ideal base to see historic Cue, Walga Rock, Aboriginal drawings, beautiful wildflowers, birdlife and wildlife. more
Experience the friendly atmosphere and wonderful starlit nights on the 200 hectare Gunbarrel Grapes property. The vineyard is ideally situated for travellers planning to undertake the Canning Stock Route to Halls Creek, or the Gunbarrel Highway to Alice Springs. more
Cunderdin & Districts Telecentre is a friendly local community centre equipped with high tech facilities. It is an incorporated facility that is community owned and managed. Their purpose is to provide services which stimulate the creative use of telecommunications and computer technology for information access, education, employment, training and business enterprise. more
The Merredin Military Museum has a fine collection of memorabilia including uniforms, vehicles and equipment from conflicts including World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. more
Community Telecentres can be used to access Telephone, Fax, Email and Internet services and are independent incorporated bodies owned by the community. They provides services which stimulate the creative use of telecommunications and computer technology for information access, education, employment, training and business enterprise. more
Wake up to this living postcard of uninterrupted panoramic views of the stunning Recherche Archipelago. This purpose built B & B is designed to bring these unbelievable views into every room. more
Enjoy a pre-dinner drink in the Cocktail Bar followed by a unique dining experience in the new and innovative, fully licensed Katherine Station Restaurant. Katherine Station Restaurant offers a unique fusion of contemporary Australian cuisine, set in a premier BBQ grill venue. With a modern Australian outback ambience, Katherine Station promises an authentic country dining experience with tempting BBQ grill creations. more