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Local Arts Groups are eligible to become members of The Friends of Hazelhurst. Membership affords you voting rights at the AGM, inclusion on our website and advertising in our newsletter and e-news.

Continuum Art Society
Established in 1982, the Continuum Art Society is a non profit organisation. Their aim is to further the love of art using all mediums and to encourage art development and discussion by regular workshops and demonstrations. See their website

Cronulla Sharks Photography Club
The Cronulla Sharks Photography Club is an interclub of Cronulla-Sharks Leagues Club and was formed in 1966 to promote the interests of amateur photographers in the Sutherland Shire. In order to be a member of the Camera Club a person must be a financial member of the Leagues Club, however visitors are most welcome. See their website.

Oatley 101
The place where artists are dedicated to sharing ideas and experiences. Learning from each other and encouraging all aspects of artistic endeavour in a friendly atmosphere. See their website.

Port Hacking Potters
To encourage and develop amongst its members, the craft of pottery and ceramic art and to arrange exhibitions, lectures, films and to bring pottery and ceramic art before the public. See their blog.

Sutherland Shire Historical Society
The Sutherland Shire Historical Society was established in 1966 to foster an interest in Sutherland Shire History. The Society is open to all people of all ages who have an interest in history and society, would like to discover something new and enjoy meeting with other people to listen, to learn and to contribute. See their website.

Southern Printmakers
The Southern Printmakers Association is a group of talented printmakers based in the southern suburbs of Sydney. Our members consist of a diverse range of artists from as far as the Blue Mountains in the west, through to St. George, Sutherland and down into the Illawarra. See their website.

The St George Art Society
The St George Art Society Committee is dedicated to developing and maintaining interesting and creative art experiences for the Society’s members. See their website.

Watercourse Artists Inc.
A group of exhibiting artists formed in 2004. Originally all watercolour students from Hazelhurst Arts Centre, they have now expanded upon the genres they work in as well as the membership criteria. Follow them on Facebook: Watercourse Artists