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.
The 3rd Monday of each month (Public holidays excepted) at 7.45pm
Philas House, 17 Brisbane Street Surry Hills NSW 2010 (see map below ).
$50 per person within Australia; $85 for international members
Display: Cinderella Night - Beer Duties of the States and Commomwealth
D. Ingle Smith
Display: The First A.I.F. in the Middle East
Display:The Handling and Treatment of Australian Registered Mail 1900-1966
Display: Customs Duty
75th Anniversary Meeting-Combined Display plus Club Archives
The 17th Annual Salisbury Competition. One frame entry 15 or 16 sheets on Australasian philately
Prize of $50 to the popular choice winner
Workshop on King George V Issues-4d and 1. 1/2d Die I
Geoff Wotherspoon and Mike Robertson
Display: Queen Elizabeth
Display: PNG Definitive Issues up to Independence
Annual General Meeting & President's Display
Display: 1934 Flights of the Faith in Australia
Tony Griffin auction
Combined Display Overseas Stamps Printed in Australia
Display: South Australian Departmental Stamps
Tony Presgrave auction
Display: Pre-Decimal First Day Covers
The 17th Annual Salisbury Competition.
One frame entry (15-16 sheets) on Australasian philately. Price of $50 to the popular choice winner. auction
Display: 1938 N.S.W. Sesquicentenary
Display: King George V Envelopes
Gray Family auction
Display: RAAF Mail in World War II
Andrew Brockett auction
Display: Commonwealth of Australia International Penny Rates from 1901
Display: From Fabric & Wire to the DC3, Australian Airmails 1914-1937
John Sadler auction
Annual General Meeting
also President's Display
Display: On Tour, Australia
Paul Storm auction
Display: German New Guinea Maritime Mail
Display: Modern Philately - Living Together & Sports Definitives
Display: Peel & Stick
Ian Fuary Convenor
Display: Decimal First Day Covers
Display: Specimens and CTOs
Philas House is near the southern end of Hyde Park, Whitlam Square, and Museum Station.
By rail to Museum Station and / or
Catch a bus 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.
Postal Address: PO Box 227, Darlinghurst NSW 1300
Phone: (02) 9264 8406