Bathurst stamps, coin, collectables
and lapidary club inc.
The club has over 150 members who are into not only stamp collecting and philately but coins, bank notes and many other collectables. Our club commenced as the Bathurst Philatelic Society in 1895, the first in country NSW and the second in the Colony of NSW.
Lapidary and rock collecting is another area under our club banner with workshops Wednesday mornings most weeks.
Meetings include stamp and other displays and regular activities as well as Guest Speakers. Most meetings have a topic upon which to do a mini display of what one collects i.e. stamps, coins etc. Points from these mini displays go towards an annual trophy in 6 categories.
Stamp, coin and other workshops are held throughout the year. Mini actions of stamps and other collectables are held also. We encourage all members to bring along to meetings their 'Latest Acquisition' (an item recently purchased, swapped, given, etc. Supper is served at each meeting and new members are warmly welcomed.
A 10 or more page newsletter is published every two months for financial members.
Philatelic Association of NSW (PHILAS)
sale by tender
wheel chair access
7.30pm on the first Monday of the month except January (no meeting) or, if a long weekend, then the second Monday.
Our Clubhouse is set up in the old Eglinton Fire Shed in Park Street in Eglinton. (It is heated in winter.)
How To Get There
Eglinton is a suburb of Bathurst, 206 km (appox. 3½ hours drive) west of Sydney.
Our Clubhouse is located in Eglinton next to the tennis courts and over from the Eglinton store. It is located about 10 minutes drive from the Bathurst Post Office unless we have a traffic jam in which case it may take 2 minutes longer!
Club Publicity Officer: Alan McRae FAIHA
Bathurst Stamp, Coin, Collectables and Lapidary Club Inc.
PO Box 9156, BATHURST NSW 2795
Phone: (02) 6331 5404 (Business hours)
Family $30, Single Adult $20, Junior $5
2020 Meeting dates
Read our latest Newsletter:
October 2019 here