The NSW & ACT Faculty supports our members in our state and territory. We are committed to celebrating and advocating for our profession; and to providing members with opportunities for participation, quality education, and collegiality.
The NSW & ACT faculty monthly e-newsletter is a key communication channel to members to report on the board’s local advocacy efforts, celebrate member’s achievements, inform about upcoming education and networking events, NSW health updates, other State based opportunities and classifieds.
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Australian indigenous artworks – 10% discount for members
The NSW&ACT faculty is committed to supporting the Aboriginal Dreamtime fine art gallery in Manly NSW to support Australian indigenous artists from the central and western desert regions of Australia. Many of these pieces are on display at the NSW&ACT faculty in North Sydney.
A proceed from all sales goes towards developing education for GPs on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health issues. The RACGP would like to thank those members who have already invested in these pieces of art. The funds received have provided valuable education support to members of the NSW&ACT Faculty.
All art can be viewed on the Aboriginal Dreamtime fine art gallery website and the gallery shop is located at Shop 36, The Corso, Manly NSW 2095. For any enquiries or to purchase art, contact Edward Safarian on 02)9977 3677 and provide your RACGP number.
Meeting & boardroom facilities available for hire
The NSW&ACT faculty’s newly refurbished rooms are for hire and offer the perfect meeting venue, whether you are a travelling executive looking for a place to meet clients or a leader in education looking for workshop space. Discounted rates available for RACGP members.*
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Get in touch. Call us today on (02) 9886 4710 or return the booking form
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Level 7, 12 Mount Street
North Sydney, NSW, 2060
PO Box address:
PO Box 534
NORTH SYDNEY, NSW, 2060