manly-Warringah stamp club
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.
See photos of our well-attended 2020 New Year Stamp Fair here
During our enforced close down, members are invited to send scans of interesting items to Rod Sell. He will put them on a web page he has created. See the items he has already received at http://www.mwstampclub.com/202004.htm .
We are a sub-club of the Manly -
Warringah Rugby League Club and meet in the main club building. Formed in May 2015, the Manly - Warringah Stamp Club is a merger of the former Manly Warringah Philatelic Society and Manly Warringah Rugby League Club Stamp Club.
In addition to monthly meetings to view displays by members or guests, there is a
on the first Saturday of every month except January, 10.00 am - 3.00 pm and also an
The Philatelic Association of NSW (PHILAS)
Manly-Warringah Rugby League Club
Adults $5.00 per year
(waived until further notice).
2nd Tuesday of each month from
8:00 pm until 9.45 pm
Some members have a meal at the licensed club from about 6.00 pm - visitors welcome to join us.
Manly - Warringah Rugby League Club
(home of the Sea Eagles Manly-Warringah Rugby League Club) Federal Parade,
Brookvale. In the main club building.
How To Get There
Enter via Federal Parade. Carpark is right
across from the Leagues Club.
563 Pittwater Road, Brookvale, NSW 2100
Members' display: Your own choice
Display: The Official Stamps and
Covers of South Australia
by John Pearson
Members' display: The Letter 'I'
Display: Up in the Air by Garry Enfield
Display: Swiss postcards with vignettes
by Gloria Bradley
Members preview their displays for the PHILAS House Open Day
** Saturday 20 June **
PHILAS House Open Day
Manly - Warringah members' displays
Display: Australian Private Perfins
Proving Covers by Rod Sell
AGM & annual competition
Display: Australian Olympics
by Brian Leckey
Display: Lord Howe Island & other
Local Government Areas
by Darren Jones
Display: Roses by John Au