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The Royal Society of New South Wales

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 then British Colony of New South Wales.

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

Branches

The Society's head office is in Sydney and has an active branch in Mittagong in the Southern Highlands and a branch Orange in the Central West of NSW. Regular meetings are held that are well attended by both members and visitors.

Membership

Membership of The Royal Society of New South Wales is open to any person interested in the promotion of studies in Science, Art, Literature and Philosophy. (more information...)

Seal of the RSNSW

The Society

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The Society

Distinguished Fellows of the Society

Fellows of the Society

Governance

History

List of Presidents

Branches