AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH COLLECTORS CLUB

OF NSW

Our club will not be meeting in the next few months because of government restrictions imposed during the coronavirus epidemic.  Check this website for future developments.

About Us

Founded in 1940.

Displays cover a wide range of Australian Philately, and the quarterly Bulletin features research articles from Australia Kangaroos (Roos) stamps and King George V stamps to moderns, including postal history.
Members of the KGV Study Group are present at each meeting and are happy to assist newcomers to this major philatelic study area.

Visitors are most welcome.

Affiliated with

Philatelic Association of NSW (PHILAS)

Services

Newsletter

Competitions

Library

Sale by tender

Exchange or circuit books

Guest speakers

Loan of philatelic accessories

Membership fees

$50 per person within Australia

$85 for international members

This site will soon give access to  front pages of the Club's recent

Bulletins.

Meeting Time

The 3rd Monday of each month (Public holidays excepted) at 7.45pm

Meeting Place

Philas House

17 Brisbane Street Surry Hills NSW 2010

How to get there

Philas House is near the southern end of Hyde Park, Whitlam Square, and Museum Station.


By rail: Museum Station is closest.

By bus: catch a bus to the first stop in Oxford Street from Central Station and Circular Quay.

By Car: Brisbane Street is one way from Oxford Street to Goulburn Street. Limited street parking is available, or the Goulburn Street Public Car Park is two blocks away.

Contact Us

Postal Address:

PO Box 227, Darlinghurst NSW 1300
Phone: (02) tba

Map

2021 Programme (next year)

18 January

Group display by the States Study Circle

15 February

Display:  Jack Lang's Coathanger

                by Richard Peck

15 March

Display:  Australian Occupation and

               Administration of New Guinea,

               1914 - 1941 by cordon Towell

2020 Programme
20 January
Display:  Local Postal History  by Barbara
               Hancock and Richard Peck
17 February
Group Display:  Decimals  coordinated
                           by Ian Fuary
16 March
Display:  KGV period  by John Bozic
20 April
Display:  Queen Elizabeth II 1c to 7c
               errors, retouches and
               booklets by Chris van der Kley
18 May
               Salisbury Competition convened                  by Ian Fuary
15 June
Group display:  Postage Dues - Australian
                          Commonwealth
20 July
Display:  Airmails:  the South Atlantic
               Crossing, 1927 to 1941 by Ed Wolf

17 August
               Archives Night
21 September
Display:  King George V Printed to Private
               Order Postal Stationery
                by Michael Drury
19 October
Display:  Papua New Guinea and Norfolk
               Island Usage of the First Two
               Definitives by Lewis Webb
16 November
Group Display:  Paper ephemera
14 December
                 AGM and President's display