Welcome to the world of doll collecting

The Doll Collectors Club of NSW is for anyone who makes, restores, dresses, or collects dolls and doll-related items of all types and eras – from antique, or vintage to modern. Whether your collection is porcelain or plastic, ragdolls or high fashion models, childhood dolls or a lifetime hobby, the Club is a place to meet like-minded collectors and share a mutual interest in doll collecting.

Visitors are welcome to our meetings, or when you are ready for more, membership includes the quarterly Club magazine and allows entry into Club competitions and special events throughout the year.

All are welcome to our annual Doll Fair as well as regular displays, workshops, and talks we present to further educate members, visitors and our local community in the history and art of doll making and associated creative activities.


General Meetings

The Doll Collectors Club of NSW Inc normally meets on the first Saturday of each month (excluding January), all members and visitors welcome.


Due to restoration work being undertaken at the Granville Town Hall, the general meeting for June 2021 will be on Saturday, June 5th, at the Auburn Town Hall , 1 Susan Street, Auburn. There is a Council-run car park directly next door, otherwise, the hall is a 550m walk from the Auburn Railway Station.

The door opens at 12 noon, to meet and chat, or buy from the Trading and Charity tables. The main meeting runs to 3:30.

Our July and August meetings will also be held at the Auburn Town Hall, and our 2021 Annual General Meeting in September is taking place at the Powerhouse Museum (Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences) in Harris Street, Ultimo – please check this website or our Facebook page for updates.


General Meeting Admission

$5.00 Adults | $1 Children | Visitors 2 visits Free Entry
(Includes Lucky Door Ticket and afternoon tea)

COVID-19 Advice

Club general meetings, committee meetings, and other gatherings are organised following official advice on social distancing and public health restrictions.

We have been advised by Cumberland Council that the Granville Town Hall venue is large enough to accommodate 60 people at our meetings with social distancing guidelines in place, and special cleaning and sanitising protocols have been put in place. Members are encouraged to wear masks if they feel more comfortable, and hand sanitiser and wipes will be available for use. Please do not attend meetings if you feel unwell.

For those who cannot attend, our Facebook group is a great place to catch up and share our dolls! Although our annual Doll Fair did not take place in 2020, we are planning for this year’s Fair, July 24-25 2021.

The COVID-19 pandemic is an emerging and rapidly changing situation, and we encourage all members to keep aware of current advice from official sources and health professionals.

We are following official advice from the Australian Government and the NSW Department of Health.