Heritage Festival Competition

 

To celebrate the NSW Heritage Festival, we have teamed up with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service to offer great prizes that give you the chance to experience the unique heritage of NSW.

Prizes range from an all-inclusive long lunch at the gorgeous Vaucluse House to year-round access to our national parks to explore their ancient bushlands. This is definitely a competition that all heritage lovers should be part of.

The NSW Heritage Festival runs from 12 April to 26 May, with plenty of exciting events planned by organisations across the state.

At Sydney Living Museums, join us on Thursday 17 April for This Old House: Renovate, Revive, Respect, a fascinating talk about the restoration of heritage buildings. And for the kids, bookings are now open for our children’s holiday program, which is bound to spark their imaginations.

Our friends at NSW National Parks and Wildlife are also planning a great family friendly open day at Middle Head on Sunday 25 May. 

Enter the competition

Visit the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service website to enter the competition, and read the competition terms and conditions.

Prizes

1st Prize:

Double pass to the Iconic Australian Houses Talks Series at the Museum of Sydney

Public Sydney: drawing the city book

Family 12 Museums Pass to access all of Sydney Living Museums’ places

All Parks Pass from the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Value: $599

 

2nd Prize:

Lunch at the Vaucluse House Tearooms for 4 people

Family 12 Museums Pass to access all of Sydney Living Museums’ places

All Parks Pass from the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Value: $460

 

3rd Prize:

Family 12 Museums Pass to access all of Sydney Living Museums’ places

All Parks Pass from the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Value: $260

 

www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/heritage

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