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The National Trust of Australia (WA) is committed to the accessibility and exchange of information and the processes of public consultation and debate.

This web site and any linked web sites are presented to you in the context of this approach.

This web site is operated by The National Trust of Australia (WA).

Your use of this web site, including any of the content or materials on it, is governed by these terms and conditions. In addition to these terms, there may also be additional terms that govern your use of, or access to, specific parts or sections of this web site in which case those specific terms will apply to your activities at those locations in addition to these terms. Your use of this site signifies your acknowledgment and acceptance of these terms and conditions.

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Privacy Statement - Membership
The Australian Privacy Act requires The National Trust of Australia (WA) to provide information to our members about the collection, use and disclosure of their personal information.

This Privacy Statement is prepared in conjunction with the Privacy Commissioner’s Ten National Privacy Principles (NPPs).

Collection of Information
The National Trust of Australia (WA) collects information from members such as title, full names, postal and street address, year of birth, post-nominals, telephone, facsimile and e-mail contact details (both private and business). Additional information is requested regarding volunteer interests, receipt of publications and credit card details (when paying by credit card). This information is collected directly from new and renewing members from membership forms.
Use of Information
This information is collected, held and used by The National Trust of Australia (WA) for the purposes of servicing your membership and of providing information to you related to The National Trust of Australia (WA)’s activities. It is understood that the personal information/contact details you provide will be held and used for such purposes, in accordance with The National Trust of Australia (WA)’s Privacy Statement.
Access and Correction of Information
You have the right to access the personal information we have about you at any time and to provide any amendments where necessary. The National Trust of Australia (WA) tries to ensure that all information collected, stored, or disclosed is accurate, complete and up to date. Should your personal information change, please notify us as soon as possible.
Disclosure of Information
The National Trust of Australia (WA) discloses this information to the Australian Council of National Trusts when required for national membership purposes including authorised surveys for internal research purposes.
The National Trust of Australia (WA) discloses this information to agents that post out Trust News and Memo to Members.
From time to time, The National Trust of Australia (WA) might enter into a partnership with another organisation, for example to undertake research in which the organisation and its members may have an interest. Information will be sent form The National Trust of Australia (WA)’s office or through an agent. You may choose whether or not you wish to receive such information.
The National Trust of Australia (WA) does not sell, rent or exchange personal information with any other organisation.