Our meetings are held regularly in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane; we usually have a speaker who gives a talk on a topic of Huguenot interest.

This is followed by afternoon tea and a chance for members to mingle, get to know each other, and exchange information.

Our meetings are open to everyone. See Upcoming Events (below) for details of time and place.

Social Events

A variety of dinners, lunches, picnics and other activities are held regularly in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane to allow members to get to know each other.

Journal and Newsletter

We publish our journal, ‘Huguenot Times’ twice a year (May and November) to keep in contact with all our members, especially those who live outside the big cities.

It includes articles of Huguenot interest, including the text of speeches given at our meetings and shared information on family history.
We also publish ‘hugo’, an e-newsletter via the Internet in February and August.

Upcoming Events

NSW (Sydney) Chapter

Our regular meetings commence at 2.00pm. Dates for 2017 are 6th May, 5th August & 4th November (see below for more details).

Venue Gordon Baptist Church Hall, Park Avenue, Gordon


There is a charge of $5.00 for members and $10.00 for non-members

Our Edict of Nantes lunch on 21 April at Sous le Soleil restaurant in Roseville was a great success. We had a record number attending, the weather was perfect and the food and ambience were excellent. Sous le Soleil is indeed a ‘hidden gem’, as one guest put it.

Saturday 6 May: AGM and “Huguenots in Later Stuart Britain” by Dr Marcia Cameron. Venue: Gordon Baptist Church Hall, Park Street, Gordon

Sunday 18 June, 2.00pm: Huguenot Heritage Service at St Swithun’s, Pymble

Saturday 5 August: “Seeking Light after Darkness—Juchau Exiles” by Prof. Roger Juchau. Venue: Gordon Baptist Church Hall, Park Street, Gordon

Thursday 12 October: Spring Lunch at John and Judith Teulon’s property, ‘Jalscene’, 9 Davies Lane, Mt Wilson

  • Arrive any time after 10.30am with all your picnic food and gear (it’s a long way from the shops)
  • Travel time from Sydney is about 2 hours and it would be good to car pool
  • Train to Richmond Station, with a lift from there to Mt Wilson is another possible option.


Saturday 4 November: Reformation Conference and Dinner.

  • Venue: 99 On York, York St, Sydney

Victorian (Melbourne) Chapter

Our regular meetings commence at 1.00. Venue TBA.

Friday 27 October, 12 noon: Huguenot Lunch —Malvernvale Hotel, Malvern.  Contact Sue à Beckett (See below)

Saturday 28 October, 1.00pm: “Silkweavers of Spitalfields” by Robert Nash. Venue: TBA

Queensland (Brisbane) Chapter

Toowong Library Meeting Room —9 Sharwood Rd., Toowong. Our regular meetings commence at 2.00pm

Sunday 26 March: TBA

Sunday 30 July: “Silkweavers of Spitalfields” by Robert Nash

Sunday 26 November: TBA


ACT (Canberra)

We meet at HAGSOC Education Room, 41 Templeton St, Cook. ACT