Sydney Stamp Expo 2015
ANZAC Centenary

Our successful exhibition has now drawn to a close, and the Organising Committee would like to offer our most sincere thanks to all of those people who have contributed in any way, however small, to this pleasing result. This would include all of our exhibitors, the many volunteers from near and afar, the trade, and most importantly, our collectors and other visitors.

The final list of awards and prizes has now been added.

Our new venue proved to be the right choice, having everything on the one level made all our lives so much easier. All we have to do now is to get the weather to be a little more co-operative. The Organising Committee has been known to perform miracles, but pre-ordering the weather may be asking a little too much.

In retrospect, maybe we were extremely lucky with the weather based upon the continual heavy rain and wind the following day.

You are especially invited to attend this Full National Philatelic Exhibition being held
to commemorate the Centenary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli in 1915.

The Venue is the Johnny Warren Indoor Sports Centre in the
Hurstville Aquatic Leisure Centre, located on the corner of
Forest Road and King Georges Road, Hurstville, NSW.

The Exhibition will be held over four days from Thursday April 16 until Sunday April 19 2015.

There will be over 600 frames of high quality philatelic material to view covering all Classes.

Special Prizes will be awarded for ANZAC and other Military Exhibits.

So come along and see those rare stamps, search for that missing hard-to-find item,
discuss your interest with similar minded people and enjoy the friendly atmosphere.

Buying and Selling

To whet the collectors’ appetites there will be Australia Post, the China National Philatelic Corporation,
and more than 45 members of the trade buying and selling Stamps, Post Cards, Postal History,
Accessories, Coins, Banknotes and Medals, and offering free appraisals. At the show the
Australian Numismatic Dealers Association (ANDA) will be working in conjunction with
APTA to bring you the best support in the industry.

The exhibition is a joint venture between the Trade and the Hobby,
the hobby represented by The Philatelic Association of NSW (PHILAS) and
the trade by Australasian Philatelic Traders Association (APTA).

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As in 2007 and 2011, this exhibition will be a joint venture between the Trade and the Hobby.

Under the Protection of the Word ‘Anzac’ Regulations, the Minister for Veterans Affairs, Senator the Hon. Michael Ronaldson,
has granted The Organising Committee Permit No. 235 to use the word “ANZAC”.