HAMILTON – Hamilton Club

NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB

Located at the corner of Gray and Kennedy Streets, the Club occupies one of the original and most significant buildings in the city. It is also one of the oldest private clubs in Victoria.

The Hamilton Club upholds the traditional ideals of service, charm, privacy and comfort while  catering for the interests of members with a wide range of activities.  The bar, balcony and library are places where members and their guests may enjoy the food and drink as well as each other’s company.

GEELONG – Geelong Club

NEW RECIPROCAL CLUB

The Geelong Club is one of the most respected private members clubs in Victoria. For over 160 years, the Committee has been working closely with Members to identify a range of areas that the Club may wish to focus upon to ensure that the wonderful heritage, tradition and good-standing of the Club, and its Membership is upheld and built upon in years to come.

The entrance presents members and visitors with an impressive welcome, with multiple rooms for dining, meeting, recreation and a remarkable walled garden—our club is The Gem of the region. Traditionally, the Club was the realm of pastoralists from the region, wool brokers, city business & professional men. Today, members are welcomed from a wide range of professions, government institutions and the business community.

SYDNEY – Royal Automobile Club of Australia

Established in 1903 in a heritage listed building on Circular Quay, overlooking Sydney Harbour and Opera House. Open 7 days/week. Facilities include accommodation, business centre, meeting rooms, restaurant & bar facilities, athletic club with sauna & steam room and a billiard and reading room.  Reciprocal members may also attend social events. Guests allowed.

CANBERRA – University House

University House was opened in 1954.  Situated in a garden setting on the University campus, within walking distance of Lake Burley Griffin, the Australian National Museum and the centre of Canberra, the House is close to the Academy of Science and Canberra Schools of Music and Art.

MELBOURNE – Kelvin Club

The Kelvin Club was established in 1865 and is now housed in a former warehouse which was previously used as a recording studio by ABC. Whilst respecting its traditions, the Club builds new partnerships with business and charities, ensuring a positive community impact.

MELBOURNE – Royal Automobile Club of Victoria

Formed in 1903 and located in the heart of Melbourne close to shops, theatres, museums and art galleries. Facilities include 112 luxury accommodation rooms, restaurant, bars, business centre, card room, gymnasium, indoor pool, squash courts, day spa, billiard room, private dining & meeting rooms, car park and a library. There is also a Country Club located about 1.5 hours out of Melbourne in the picturesque Yarra Valley

NEWCASTLE – Newcastle Club

Established in 1885 and located in Newcastle CBD with a view across Newcastle harbour. Facilities include meeting & banqueting rooms, bedrooms and dining.

SYDNEY – City Tattersalls Club

Founded 1895, it is primarily a business, sporting and gaming Club based in the heart of downtown Sydney. Originally connected with horse racing, the Club still holds 2 race meetings per year. Situated in the central business district with magnificent views over Hyde Park.

SYDNEY – Tattersalls Club

The oldest and most prestigious private club in Australia. Founded 1858 by the Sydney bookmaking fraternity and located in the centre of the business district, overlooking the beautiful Hyde Park.

WAGGA WAGGA – Riverine Club

The Riverine Club was established in 1881 in the centre of Wagga Wagga and is located halfway between Sydney and Melbourne on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. Closed on weekends.