Education and Learning




The National Trust of Australia (WA) is a community membership based not-for-profit organisation that has been conserving and interpreting Western Australia’s unique heritage since 1959.

The following places offer Education & Learning programs for schools:



 Curtin Family Home  Central Greenough, Greenough 
 East Perth Cemeteries   Ellensbrook, Margaret River
 No 1 Pump Station,  Mundaring Weir   Old Farm, Strawberry Hill, Albany 
 Old Observatory, West Perth   Wonnerup, Busselton 
 Peninsula Farm (Tranby), Maylands    York Courthouse Complex 
 Samson House  
 Woodbridge, West Midland

School membership costs $250.00 per annum.

Membership entitles the school to FREE ENTRY to these places for all students, teachers and supervisors. There is a small charge per student for the Education & Learning component of the visit. Approximately 90 student visitations in one year will cover the cost of the school membership.

Other benefits include:
• A valid membership card from date of joining
• Quarterly copies of the magazine Trust News and WA News and Events
• Special offers for caf├ęs at National Trust properties in Western Australia
• Discount on venue hire at National Trust properties
• Opportunity to participate in a range of National Trust events
• The knowledge you are actively assisting in the conservation and interpretation of Western Australia heritage

All Education & Learning programs are linked to the WA Curriculum Framework and many have Australian Curriculum programs. These are age and ability appropriate.

Download a membership form

Contact details:
Phone: (08) 9321 6088