Our social calendar offers a range of events and activities to suit the tastes and enjoyment of our diverse membership. Register for events using the booking links below or contact Suzie Ruse.

Financial Membership for 2019

3 Year Membership Now available for 2019-2021

CamSoc NSW 2019 Membership Fee is now due. Membership is only $45 1 year to 31 December 2019 or $135 for 3 years to 31 December 2021. The Membership Fee enables the Society to be professionally and efficiently administered. Members wishing to attend an event need to be a current financial member. Thank you for your support.

Cost: $45pp
Due: Now!
Valid: Until 31 December 2019.



Thinking at Twilight, Wednesday 17 July 2019

Enjoy drinks & canapes with fellow alum and hear guest speaker Dr André Cabrera Serrenho, Senior Research Associate, University of Cambridge's Department of Engineering, on "How frugal we need to become to mitigate climate change?"

Date: Wednesday 17 July

Time: 6.30 - 8.00pm 

Venue: University, Union & Schools Club, 25 Bent Street, Sydney

Dress: jacket and tie for men and equivalent for women

Climate change mitigation requires urgent action across all human activities. Yet change has been slow and current climate targets will hardly be met. Current strategies have identified technological options to reduce emissions in the power sector and some options to reduce our demand for energy and materials. However, the scale of the challenge may require the reduction of our demand for energy and material services. Opportunities for travelling less or living in smaller homes have rarely been explored but the link between service demand reduction and wellbeing could unlock new opportunities for meaningful emissions savings with far-reaching social and economic implications.


AGM & Thinking at Twilight, Thursday 13 June 2019

Enjoy drinks & canapes with fellow alum and hear guest speaker, Tess Langfield (Christ's College), visiting Cambridge scholar talk on her work on public health and drinking behaviour

Date: Thursday 13 June
Time: 6.00 - 8.00pm (AGM at 6pm)
Venue: University, Union & Schools Club, 25 Bent Street, Sydney

Dress: jacket and tie for men and equivalent for women

Tess Langfield, a Cambridge scholar who is visiting Sydney next week, will talk about her current research topic of public health and drinking behaviour. Tess is interested in behaviour change. She works to understand some of the lower-level mechanisms driving health behaviours, as well as, why certain behaviour change approaches may be more effective than others. Ultimately she is interested in understanding the nature of human behaviour, including the factors (physical and social environments, motivations, underlying processes) that shape it.


 Join us to find out more on 13 June!

Winter Feast, Thursday 5 September 2019

Save the Date! 

King's College Choir in Sydney, 29 July & 3 August 2019


Musica Viva have organised the Choir's tour of Australia. Please Click Here for full details. 


Oxbridge Fiji Forum 31 August - 5 September 2019 


When: 31 August - 5 September 2019
Where: Daku Resort, Savusavu, Fiji
Cost: See below.
Contact: John Rothnie-Jones for more details, jj@dakuresort.com
Serious Mornings – Adventurous Afternoons- Convivial Evenings 
Come and join Oxbridge alumni from all around the world – USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji for our seventh Oxbridge Alumni Forum in Fiji. A rare opportunity to hear people with a lifetime’s experience in their field, it makes for a fascinating and thought-provoking five days.
Single bure Aus$1300
Couple sharing a bure: Aus$1950
Programme includes:
* 5 nights accommodation at Daku Resort in traditional bures with private facilities.
* Breakfasts, lunches and dinners with wine.
* Excursions as indicated.
* Airport transfers from Savusavu Airport to Daku Resort by road (approx 10 minutes).



  • mornings: talks and discussions
  • afternoons: free for excursions, diving and snorkeling
  • evenings a good four course dinner with wine


Subject: your own choosing (but we encourage people to talk on their own specialist field as this yields the most passion and interest). Speakers in previous years have presented many varied and fascinating subjects: scenario planning in the energy industry, working with youth in crisis, playing a violin in a professional city symphony orchestra, the fate of New Orleans, and nurturing intelligence.