Sponsors & Supporters

Tomaree Museum encourages members of the local community and the Port Stephens business community to embrace the aims of the Tomaree Museum and become sponsors or supporters.  

Tomaree Museum is a not-for-profit organisation serving the community.


Sponsors can make a significant difference to the Tomaree Museum's resource base and its outcomes by giving financial or other support.

Cattleyard Brewing Company


Generous sponsors of catering for our Museum Pop-Up opening function.


Port Stephens Council

Administration. Building, 116 Adelaide Street, Raymond Terrace, NSW 2324

Mayoral Grant, Vibrant Spaces Grant, Heritage Project Fund Grant


Broughtons at the Bay

Level 1, d’Albora Marinas,
6 Teramby Road, Nelson Bay
NSW 2315


Subsidised venue hire.


Department of Veterans' Affairs


GPO Box 9998, Brisbane, Queensland 4001


$10,000 grant to digitise Second World War materials related to Port Stephens.



Level 24, 200 George Street, Sydney,
NSW 2000


$5000 to support prizes for artwork that
capture local historic stories, nature or
sustainability, or the identity of Port Stephens.


Nelson Bay Signs

Unit 6/35 Shearwater Drive, Taylors Beach,

NSW 2316


Manufacture sign for Bob's Farm, discounted
display boards for Pop-Up Display.

Corlette Glass

Taylors Beach NSW 2315

Discounted provision of glass for display

Corlette Glass website

RAAF Base Williamtown

Williamtown RAAF NSW 2314

Donation of office furniture.

RAAF Base Williamtown

Salamander Bay Recycling

360 Soldiers Point Road, Salamander Bay,

NSW 2317

Donation of large freezer.


Marquis Bathroom Products

1 Kara Crescent, Taylors Beach, NSW 2316

Donation of the use of a truck.


Fingal Bay Cellar Cafe

12 Market St, Fingal Bay, NSW 2315

Donation of meeting space.


McCauley's Bottle Shop

259 Soldiers Point Rd'
Salamander Bay, NSW 2317

Art Competition sponsor.



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.


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.