Wellington Shell Club

The Wellington Shell Club is for anyone interested in shell collecting (marine & terrestrial), conchology or malacology generally.

The club has monthly meetings at different locations in the greater Wellington region and makes occasional field trips to other parts of New Zealand. The club publishes a monthly newsletter and an annual publication, Cookia

Adults and children interested in shells (both marine & terrestrial) from New Zealand or overseas are invited to join the club.


New Zealand Shell Show 2018

The next New Zealand Shell Show will be hosted by the Wellington Shell Club from 1 - 2 December 2018.


Shell Show Auction List


Contact

Visitors and prospective members are welcome at our meetings and events.  Let us know if you would like to attend one of these. Please e-mail us for details.  

If you have any queries about New Zealand or foreign shells or a general shell related inquiry please e-mail us

Alternatively, our postal address is:

Wellington Shell Club,

P O Box 12-163,

Thorndon, Wellington 6144.

New Zealand


Facebook

Check out the Wellington Shell Club's  Facebook page.


$$$ We Buy Sea Shells $$$

The Wellington Shell Club is interested in acquiring individual shells or shell collections, small and large. 

Shells in good condition or those which are not broken, chipped, faded, bleached or beach worn are usually the most desirable. 

New Zealand shells are preferred to those from overseas. Shells or collections which include identification data, location site and collection dates are generally more interesting and valuable than those with limited or no information. Many private collections often contain rare or unusual specimens which are sought after by shell collectors. 

If you have individual shells, or a shell collection for sale or donation to the Wellington Shell Club please contact us for an initial discussion.


(page last updated October 2018)


What is the best thing about our club?

The people in the club are friendly and outgoing types who enjoy a good walk along the beach and sharing their knowledge and experiences about shells.