Getting our Heritage on!
"The National Trust of Australia (NSW) maintains a Register of landscapes, townscapes, buildings, industrial sites, cemeteries and other items or places which the Trust determines have cultural significance and are worthy of conservation".
Terragong House is included on the Register of National Estate with the Australian Heritage Commission, as well as on the Register of the National Trust of Australia. The mature trees located on our 12 acres of grounds - including Magnolia Grandiflora, Morton Bay Figs and Norfolk and Bunya Pines - are also of heritage interest (most estimated to be over 120 years of age) and provide an idyllic setting for the house.
In June we received a bronze plaque issued by the Trust archivist which has been mounted near the front door, acknowledging Terragong's unique place in Australian history.