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The Royal Society of New South Wales - Southern Highlands Branch

The Royal Society of New South Wales, Australia traces its origins to the Philosophical Society of Australasia, established on 27 June 1821 and was the first scientific society in the British Colony of New South Wales.

The Society encourages "...studies and investigations in Science, Art, Literature and Philosophy" through the following activities:

The Society's Southern Highlands Branch is located in the Southern Highlands of NSW. It conducts regular meetings at various venues in Bowral, Mittagong and Moss Vale throughout the year. Both members and visitors are most welcome to attend.

The links at the right take you to various pages on the Society's main web-site.

Seal of the RSNSW

The Society

For more information, follow the links below. (These will re-direct you to the Society's main web-site.)

The Society

Fellows of the Society

Officers of the Society

Bulletins

Journal and Proceedings

Editorial Board

Awards

List of Presidents

Branches