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ADFAS Camden provides for its members a yearly programme of illustrated lectures given by overseas and Australian lecturers chosen for their communication skills and expert knowledge in their fields. Two special interest programmes will also be offered when topics can be examined in more detail.


Committee 2017

Gay Wilson
Ph: (02) 4655 2158

Carla Hill
PO Box 146 CAMDEN 2570
Ph:  (02) 4655 9724

Membership Secretary:
Susan Zamudio
Ph: (02) 4655 1144
Mob: 0499 636 885

Programme for 2017

Venue and Time of Lectures

All lectures will be held on Saturdays at 4.00 for 4.30 pm at Carrington Recreation Hall, Carrington Centennial Care (Gate 2), 90 Werombi Road, Camden.

Venue and Time of Special Interest Programmes

Friday 25th August and Friday 27th October at 5.30 for 6 pm start at Carrington Recreation Hall, Carrington Centennial Care (Gate 2), 90 Werombi Road, Camden. (cost to be advised)


Guests are most welcome. Prior notice to the Secretary or Chairman is necessary and a $30 fee applies. The fee for members of other ADFA Societies is $15.


The annual membership subscription is $130..

Camden Newsletters

Camden February

This month’s issue includes an item on our annual, now overnight, coach trip to Canberra, where 31 members and friends variously visited the War Memorial, Old and new Government Houses, National Library, Portrait Gallery and ended up viewing Versailles: Treasures from...

ADFAS Camden Christmas newsletter

Download (PDF, 995KB) This final edition for 2017 contains our Chairman’s Report for the 2016 year and a note from National Chairman, Jill Bale. Details of our 2017 Committee and programme are also included together with a note on our annual coach trip to Canberra and...

ADFAS Camden October

Our ADFAS lecture season ends with a double-header, presented by Sarah Cove – A Special Interest Programme “The English Face Unmasked” and our final lecture “Conservation and Restoration”. This month our newsletter reports on a day in the belfry at St James’ Menangle,...

ADFAS Camden September

This month ‘s edition contains a short note on the interesting small Bryceson & Bryceson organ installed in St James’ Anglican Church, Menangle –originally the Macarthur Onslow family Church. Also a report on the recent visit by some of our members and friends to...