12 months of admission into Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
And other National Trust properties in Australia and overseas!
Save on your day.
- Free access to most National Trust properties
- Entry into Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
- 15% discount off retail in Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
- 15% discount off food and beverage at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
- Free parking at National Trust properties including Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
- 15% off photography at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Including Koala Cuddle Photo
- 10% Kids parties (10% per person)
- 15% off full Segway Tours
- Free and Discounted venue hire at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Including weddings, engagement parties and corporate events.
- The Trust News magazine containing relevant articles on Travel, heritage, events and activities
- Exclusive Digital Updates
- 10% off all Wildlife Educational Courses at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
- A free kids sailing lesson at Southport Yacht Club
- 50% off annual membership at the Southport Yacht Club giving you great discounts
Our memberships is more than entry.
The National Trust of Australia (Queensland) [NTAQ] is a membership-based community organisation working to promote the natural, Indigenous and cultural heritage of our state. On 16 October, 1963, the Honourable Harold Richter, Minister for Local Government and Conservation, introduced the National Trust of Queensland Bill into parliament. On 9 December, 1963, The National Trust of Queensland Act received the Royal Assent, one day before the 104th anniversary of the reading of the proclamation establishing Queensland as a separate colony in 1859.
Soon afterwards, the Government announced it had excised a small curtilage of land surrounding Wolston House, with the intention of gifting the house to the NTAQ as its first property. The house was in a dilapidated condition and the NTAQ’s first project was the restoration and preservation of the buildings.
Fifty-two years later NTAQ remains focused on heritage and environmental education. Through its properties, advocacy and research, the organisation encourages the community to appreciate, care for and engage with our significant places, wildlife, and stories. This work is largely undertaken by the tireless efforts of hundreds of dedicated volunteers. Whilst the goal remains to connect the community with the NTAQ properties and activities, the cost of maintaining and operating these valuable heritage assets is considerable. NTAQ membership fees, property admission fees, sponsorships, partnerships, donations and NTAQ also advocates for the recognition and care of heritage places throughout Queensland and consists of over 500 volunteers and 340 employees statewide who are responsible for eleven properties. These properties include: Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Royal Bulls Head Inn, Wolston House, Brennan & Geraghty’s Store Museum, Grandchester Railway Station, Hou Wang Temple, James Cook Museum, Lyall’s Store, Stock Exchange Arcade, Townsville Heritage Centre and the Zara Clark Museum, all of which are available for public viewing.
As previously mentioned, membership fees are of enormous importance to sustaining the vital conservation work carried out by NTAQ. In return, members are granted free access to NTAQ properties, including the famous Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, in addition to many other discounts and benefits. A list of membership prices is listed below. PLEASE NOTE: an additional, once-off joining fee of $35 is applicable for first-time membership purchases.
Other great treasured locations in Queensland included Moon’s Reserve, Wolston House, the Royal Bull’s Head Inn, and James Cook Museum. For more information all the other great weekend spots visit www.nationaltrust.org.au/qld