stamp exhibition

Toowoomba Stamp Club brings
National One-Frame Stamp Exhibition
Toowoomba 2021
to the Darling Downs

Toowoomba 2021 will be held at the Toowoomba Indoor Bowls Hall, 10 Annand St, Toowoomba City 4350

from Saturday 9th October 2021 to Sunday 10th October 2021.

Special discounted hotel packages and accommodation are available within a close walk to the Exhibition centre. 

For more information contact us 

What is a One-Frame Exhibition?

One-Frame exhibitions are an attractive trend in stamp exhibitions and they are becoming very popular in the philatelic world. Their aim is to show a narrow theme which is suitable for exhibiting in 1 frame. 


They are also used at a local level to provide for new exhibitors an easy way to start exhibiting. 

Some rules to follow to enjoy its advantages:

  1. The subject must fit into one of the classes;
  2. The exhibit must be developed according to the rules of that class;
  3. The exhibit must be of a subject suitable for one frame;
  4. It should not be one frame from a multi-frame exhibit;
  5. There are penalties for exhibits from a topic which could be more than 1 frame;
  6. Good balance, write-up clear & concise;
  7. Careful & neat mounting.

Application & Delivery Of Exhibits

Applications from exhibitors will only be accepted on the official entry form and within the appointed time. Photocopies of the entry form are acceptable.

Closing date for entries is Monday 5th July 2021

How To Get There

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The TOOWOOMBA 2021 National One-Frame Stamp Exhibition
will be held at the Toowoomba Indoor Bowls Hall, 10 Annand St, Toowoomba CBD, 4350

The first National Exhibition conducted in Queensland to be held outside Brisbane

After conducting a highly successful State Exhibition in 2017, Toowoomba Stamp Club is proud to host the National One-Frame Exhibition under the auspices of APF (Australian Philatelic Federation) and QPC (Queensland Philatelic Council). 

The Exhibition

Toowoomba Stamp Club brings a National One-Frame Stamp Exhibition to the Darling Downs.

For Exhibitors

Toowoomba Stamp Club in conjunction with QPC and APF.

Stamp Dealers & Post Office

A rare opportunity to see major trade stands with dealers buying and selling.

Tourist Information

Toowoomba with its quaint country charm and beautiful city fixtures stands as the 15th biggest cities in Australia with more than 2.5 million visitors each year.

Shop

Souvenirs and auctions will be available on both days

Toowoomba Stamp Club

The first club in Toowomba was formed in 1895, and it was the second in Queensland. And is still on the go hosting a national stamp exhibiton.

Toowoomba 2021 is organised under the auspices of
the Queensland Philatelic Council and
the Australian Philatelic Federation.

The first National One-Frame Stamp Exhibition held outside Brisbane in Queensland

A non-profit organisation bringing Toowoomba to the National Scene

Australian Philatelic Federation (APF) functions as a national voice and coordinating body for organised philately in Australia

The Queensland Philatelic Council (QPC) is the representative body for Queensland on the Australian Philatelic Federation

Trades, Stands, Exhibits & Awards

Welcome to the world of stamp exhibiting.

Toowoomba 2021 is the first national stamp exhibition in Queensland held outside Brisbane with some of the rarest and most significant stamps from the best stamps dealers and stamp clubs in Australia.

It is a unique opportunity to see and buy stamps and coins from the best dealers in Queensland and spend a few days exploring the Garden City and its surrounds.  

Sponsors

Southern Queensland Country

Toowoomba is a city in the Darling Downs region of southern Queensland, Australia. It’s known for Cobb & Co Museum, with its horse-drawn carriages. The Royal Bull’s Head Inn is an 1800s homestead with colonial-era displays. To the northeast, Ravensbourne National Park is home to towering red cedars and rainforest. Nearby Crows Nest National Park features a eucalypt forest, granite boulders and Crows Nest Falls

It is the first time a National Stamp Exhibition conducted in Queensland is held outside Brisbane!

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