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Newcastle Philatelic Society

The Newcastle Philatelic Society was formed almost 100 years ago during 1918.

The Society promotes the enjoyment of the hobby of Stamp Collecting for all in the Newcastle area, whether a junior, adult beginner or an advanced collector. Membership is open to persons over 16 years of age. [read more about the Newcastle Philatelic Society…]

Meetings and Activities for 2017

Our prospectus for 2016-17 is available on the Syllabus page

NEWCASTLE PHILATELIC STAMP & COIN EXPO

(including postcards)
Friday 25 May to Sunday 27 May 2018

includes the Newcastle Philatelic Society Centenary Exhibition,
a National Philatelic Exhibition with the classes Postal History, Postal Stationary, Open, Picture Postcards, Aerophilately, Astrophilately, Literature, Polar Philately

Newcastle Showground Exhibition Centre

200 m from Broadmeadow Railway Station (take the Brown Street exit)
Toilets, cafeteria, all facilities are located inside the venue, no stairs, disabled access.

Free parking (except Sunday morning when the Farmers’ Market is open, when parking on the grounds is $2, free parking on the street).

Details www.newcastlephilatelicsociety.org.au
John Moore Commissioner john.moore@optusnet.com.au
Greg Laidler Secretary / Publicity glaidler@bigpond.com

Organised by the Newcastle Philatelic Society in their centenary year, May 1918 to May 2018

 

Geographic image of the street location of the Mayfield Seniors Hall.
Mayfield Citizens Centre Aerial View
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Latest News

July 2017:Aug 2017 Newsletter


The latest Newcastle Philatelic Society Newsletter will soon be available on the Newsletter Page. The 2017-18 Monthly Syllabus has been updated.


SOCIETY MONTHLY MEETING PLACE 2017


The monthly meeting place continues to be the Mayfield Senior Citizen’s Hall, 102 Hanbury St, Mayfield. It’s on the corner of Pacific Highway and Hanbury St; Parking is available behind Mayfield Library as well as in the large Council car park behind the Stag and Hunter Hotel. Image of entry to Hall below, and Google Aerial view of the location adjacent (click on image to enlarge).
Mayfield Senior Citizens Hall


• Auction Nights – 3 a year. (for more detail contact Operations Convener)
These Auctions are intended to help members buy/sell philatelic items.
Members can submit up to 15 items (more by arrangement) for sale at a cost of $0.20 for each Lot.
Vendors receive the full amount paid by a successful bidder.
All successful purchases are free of any other costs.
NEXT AUCTION – 21st Sept 2017


 

• SWAP & SALE Night – 1 a year. (for more detail contact Operations Convener)
This night is intended to enable members and other interested parties to buy/sell/swap philatelic items at a suitable venue, provided free of charge by the Society.
Sellers set up a table for their items, while others simply bring along a few items to trade.
NEXT SWAP AND SALE – 20th JULY 2017 (from 6.30pm)