Australian Heritage Festival

The National Trusts Australian Heritage Festival, which celebrates Australia’s built and cultural heritage across hundreds of events in every state and territory, kicks off on 18 April.

The start of the festival will be marked by a keynote speech from columnist and author Elizabeth Farrelly in Sydney.

The festival has run annually since 1980. Last year’s festival featured over a thousand events, marking the first year where all of the individual state and territory trusts committed to running events as part of a national festival.

A round up of the best architecture events can be found here.

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