2021 Programme of Evening meetings

26 January

23 February

30 March

27 April

25 May

29 June

27 July

24 August

28 September

26 October

30 November

Meeting Time & Place

   Our monthly meetings are on the last Tuesday of each month (except December) at 7.30pm.

   The meeting venue is the

                  Orange Cultural Centre

                    in Sale Street, Orange

next to the entrance to the Woolworths car park.


                  Orange Cultural Centre

                         in Sale Street

Monthly Stamp & Coin Fair

(Saturdays  9.00 am to 1.00 pm)

Fairs are held on the first Saturday of each month (except January) from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm in the same venue.   The Club also conducts an informal stamp and coin swap meeting from midday at the monthly Fair in the Orange Cultural Centre.

About Us

   Philatelics and Numismatics are our interests. We were formed in 1966 and have a regular attendance of 20 to 25 members at our meetings.

  We hold competitive displays, a mini-sale by tender and have ‘show and tell’ each meeting.

   There is a juniors club (visit the Junior Club page) and an active circuit book operating.

  Our aim is to foster our hobbies in Central Western NSW.

   Each month we produce a club newsletter.



   Youth Club

   Exchange or circuit books

   Wheelchair access

   Club library

   Monthly fair


The Orange Cultural Centre in Sale Street


  Audrey Ferris receives her Stan Griffith Memorial Award from Orange club president Tony Read.  Philas made the award at its 2020 AGM.


Contact Us

    Postal Address:

    P O Box 9113

    ORANGE  NSW  2800

    Phone:  (02) 6361 4872



    Phone:  (02)6362 2368

    Mobile:  0427 107 554


Affiliated with

   The Philatelic Association of NSW (Philas).

Membership fees

Joining fee of $5.00 then $7.00 per year.

Juniors are free.

Scene from our March 2021 Monthly Stamp & Coin Fair. Lots of interest, as usual.

See April 2021

Orange Coin & Stamp Expo

photos here.

 Our August 2021 newsletter is now available.


See the latest

Orange club newsletter

and previous newsletters.


Col Davidson and Rob Willis shared the Andy Auld Perpetual Shield for the most popular display – as voted by the public. 

Eileen Davidson was the inaugural winner of the Bob Roberts Shield for her numismatic display of Victorian-era toy money.

Col and Eileen Davidson are shown above.