National Trust (Annie Wyatt Room)
The National Trust’s vision is to live in a community which understands, values and enjoys its heritage; a natural, built and cultural heritage that creates our unique Australian character.
Including places as diverse as the enchanting native bushland in Blackwood Sanctuary; Australia’s oldest public residence, Old Government House in Parramatta, and the charming Norman Lindsay Gallery in Faulconbridge, housing one of Australia’s leading art collections.
The Trust’s mission is to protect and conserve our treasured heritage today and for future generations, while remaining an independent, non-government community advocate.
The Trust is a community-based charity organisation, which relies almost entirely on donations, fundraising, partnerships and its bushland management services to fund its work.
Other vital support comes from its 26,000 members and a 2000 strong team of volunteers throughout New South Wales.