Membership


The Society welcomes all levels of skill and life experience.  We offer a range of projects and activities including photography, administration, exhibition building, day to day maintenance, publications and fund-raising - not forgetting an interest in promoting local history!  We offer regular social activities, training opportunities, and a bi-monthly newsletter.

Prospective members are warmly invited to CONTACT US to organise a NO-OBLIGATION guided tour and chat about what we can offer.

General Member and Executive Committee Meetings


Member meetings are held at the Museum on the second Tuesday of every second month at 10.00am.   Meetings of the Executive Committee are held monthly at 10.00am on the third Tuesday, while the Annual General Meeting is held annually in August.

Constitution of the Society

Due to its large size, the original Constitution of the Clyde River and Batemans Bay Historical Society may take a few minutes to load.

Annual General Meetings


Executive Committe: 2017-2018


Following the AGM held on July 28th 2017, the following positions were nominated and accepted.


Patron:                      Edna Veitch

Hon President:           Ewan Morrison:  Strategic Planning/Grants

Hon Vice President:    Chris Ruszala:  Fundraising/Marketing/Grants

Hon Secretary:           Lesley Billings:  Office Admin/Volunteer Co-ordination

Hon Treasurer:            Sandra Smith: Finance

Committee members:  Les Smith:  Building/Maintenance Supervisor

                                 Myf Thompson:  Community Outreach/ Oral History

                                 Ray Mooney: Cemetery Group/Mapping/Grants

                                 Nerida Castle: Ladies Street Stall/News Clips


Non office bearing position holders:

Photo Archives:          Jude Matchett

Catalogue Data Entry:  John Hillier, Judy Ramsey

IT Development:          Bill Maidment

Family History:            Chris Bendle

Reception:                  Glen Tulip, Michelle McKenzie

Collection Care:          Zoe Brassil

Housekeeping:            Gail Skeggs