The National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory)
The National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory) is a community based not for profit heritage charity dedicated to promoting and conserving the heritage of the Northern Territory.
It is not a government organisation or department. It was established by an Act of the Legislative Assembly in 1976, and is affiliated with the Australian Council of National Trusts.
The Trust concerns itself with:
- Raising public awareness of heritage through events, tours, and publications
- Lobbying the government about heritage issues
- Managing a number of historic properties across the Territory
- Maintaining reference libraries and archival material and a register of significant places.
The work of the National Trust is supported by individual members, volunteers and a professional staff who have proven experience and expertise in all areas of heritage conservation and interpretation.
Myilly Point Heritage Precinct
The National Trust is pleased to announce that this iconic heritage listed property has now been leased. The new tenants will be Coffey Environments, and they will take up residence in September 2013.