The National Trust of South Australia - Mount Barker Branch
We wish to acknowledge the Peramangk people as the traditional custodians of the land where greater Mount Barker stands today, and we pay our respects to their Elders, past and present. We further acknowledge that for thousands of years this landscape has been inscribed and overlaid with human narratives, of which the stories on this site are only some of the most recent manifestations.
The National Trust Mount Barker is a branch of National Trust SA, and we share its mission to promote, conserve and celebrate our environmental, built and cultural heritage, including the heritage of the Peramangk people, the traditional custodians of the land where greater Mount Barker stands today.
We have an educational and social focus, and meet as a group on a monthly basis for a varied program of guest speakers and excursions. We value the exchange of historical and heritage information between members. We are inclusive and non-discriminatory, and we welcome new participants. For more information about our activities, and for membership enquiries, please contact us.
Our branch undertakes local historical projects as the need and opportunity arises. In the past this has taken the form of publications, historical trails, signage, and participation in restorations.