dams, creeks, lagoons, waterfalls, beaches, oceans, harbour pools
and swimming holes - water in all shapes and forms features prominently
in the program for 2003. Water and its place in the environment,
in Indigenous culture and in the life of the early settlers will
appear in walks and talks and exhibitions of paintings and photographs.
As well, Heritage Hotels around New South Wales will turn into
"Watering Holes" with tours, talks, 'trivia' nights
and special dinners to celebrate the Heritage Festival.
the Executive Director of the National Trust, Elsa Atkin, says:
"Water and its importance to our past and present is highly
relevant to our State, with major issues as drought, bushfires,
water safety and salinity. During this year's National Trust Heritage
Festival you will able to see how water is a unique part of our
State heritage and its effect on all our lives today."
Pylon Lookout is a proud supporter of the National Trust Heritage
Festival and will be participating in the celebrations. Come and
experience the history of Sydney's Original Lookout - The Pylon
Receive a FREE poster of the Sydney Harbour Bridge when you
visit the Pylon Lookout between 5-13 April 2003. You must mention
your interest in the Heritage Festival to receive this special
more information on the 2003 National Trust Heritage Festival
including the program of events, please visit the National Trust
of Australia (NSW) website at: www.nsw.nationaltrust.org.au
2003 Pylon Lookout (www.pylonlookout.com.au)