The Balmain Association represents Balmain, Birchgrove and Rozelle communities. It was formed in November 1965 by a handful of residents who wished to preserve the best of the suburbs’ history, architecture and natural beauty and aims to:
We are located at
The Watch House
179 Darling St Balmain NSW
National Trust Heritage Festival This year’s festival will bring together an array of events across the nation from 18 April – 19 May 2019. The theme this year is Connecting People, Places and the Past. Balmain has been the home of many people who have made significant contributions in the past. In 2019, the BA will hold an exhibition highlighting seven such people, the industrial heritage of Thomas Mort’s dockyard, Henry Perdriau’s ferries and rubber manufacture, the Elliot Brothers chemical manufacturing, John Booth’s sawmills, John Bell’s shipbuilding industry, Maybanke Anderson’s contribution to social welfare particularly women and children and Mrs A’Beckett who set up a Ladies school and applied for land for subdivision. The exhibition will feature stories from the industries illustrated by images of the people and places around the peninsula. Maps of the area will allow visitors to visit the places to see how they have adapted from…
Now taking bookings for 2020. Please send three preferred dates.
5, 6, 7 October 2019 now available.
If you are interested contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Balmain Watch House is available for hire as an exhibition space. Bookings are usually for one weekend.
The Watch House is located at 179 Darling St Balmain NSW
Interested exhibitors should submit their preferred dates by July for exhibiting the following year.