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Nineteenth-century Woodbridge house, located in Woodbridge.

From the Barracks to the Burrup

An Overview of the National Trust in Western Australia

Join us for the first talk in the Heritage Skills Association Winter Warmer Talk Series.

This series showcases local heritage professionals, shines a spotlight on Western Australian heritage, and provides a meeting opportunity for all those interested in heritage work.
Hear about the history and current work of the National Trust of Western Australia. The Trust aims to connect communities to the value of WA’s diverse natural and cultural heritage. It manages 66 locations around the state and over 20,000 collection items.

About the speaker

Kelly Rippingale leads the Trust’s Asset Management Area and has worked with them since 2001. Holding degrees in architecture and history, Kelly has worked across all sectors, focusing on the management and adaptive re-use of heritage places.

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