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AGL Port Stephens Art Competition & Exhibition 

The winners of the AGL Port Stephens Art Competition were announced on
Australia Day 2021 by Newcastle based artist Paul Maher and presented by
AGL Community Relations Manager Ernesto Calderon.

The winner was Lorna Bennett for her acrylic painting ‘The Lone Watchman’ which
features a lone bird guarding a beautiful Port Stephens landscape of bushland with water views.

Photo: Henk Tobbe

Tomaree Museum Association generously supported by AGL is currently showing the 
AGL Port Stephens Art Competition.

 

The exhibition is located upstairs at Broughtons at the Bay at d'Albora Marinas.10am to 4pm every day till noon on the 31st of January.

Click below to view the 2021 Competition Catalogue and purchase remaining works.
Purchase proceeds go to the artist with a modest 
commission going to support the TMA.

TMA Bunnings Sausage Sizzle

Our next Sausage Sizzle is on again soon!

With the generous assistance of Bunnings Salamander Bay and the Nelson Bay Rotary Club
the Tomaree Museum is holding a tasty fund raising sausage sizzle.

You can grab your favourite sausage sanga on

SUNDAY, the 18th of April
from 8.30 am to 4pm

Do you have a story about

Port Stephens?

 

We invite the community to contribute stories
of about 200 words on any topic connected
to the Port Stephens region
including people, places, buildings, or events. 

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the Tomaree Museum Association?

The cost is only $10 per year
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ABOUT US

The Tomaree Museum Association Incorporated aims to develop a  regional museum and interpretative centre to document, protect and promote the history and changing natural environment of Port Stephens.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF TRADITIONAL CUSTODIANS

The Tomaree Museum Association acknowledges the Worimi people, the traditional owners and custodians of the land and waters upon which Tomaree Museum stands. We should like to pay our respect to the Elders past and present, and through them to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are advised that this website contains a range of material which may be culturally sensitive including records of people who may have passed away.

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