PORT ELIZABETH – St. George’s Club


For many years, from 1866 until 1892, the original club was known as the Port Elizabeth Club and was the only such club in the city. It was, however, in 1892 that a second club, the St George’s Club was founded and this was essentially for the younger generation of rising businessmen. The two clubs ran successfully for many years, but eventually, due to economic circumstances, it was decided for the two clubs to amalgamate. In 1998 the St George’s Club joined the Port Elizabeth Club in the premises of the latter and the new name for the club became the Port Elizabeth St George’s Club, generally known as ‘The Club’

“The Club” at 12 Bird Street, Port Elizabeth, welcomes  members, and also the public, to visit and enjoy the Club’s facilities, which include a bar and restaurant, as well as function rooms.

JOHANNESBURG – The Country Club and Woodmead Property

Established in 1906 The Country Club is one Club with two venues – 25 minutes apart.  The Country Club has 14 hectares of majestic gardens, superb restaurants, bars, boutique accommodation, extensive sports facilities which includes a cricket pitch, tennis and squash courts, bowling greens, croquet, gym, swimming pool, and mountain bike trail.  The Woodmead property, situated in northern Johannesburg spreads across 236 hectares with two golf courses – Woodmead and Rocklands plus a 9-hole mashie course. Open 7 days a week. Letter of introduction and NLC membership card required.  Guests allowed

DURBAN – Durban Club

Established in 1854. A fine Edwardian building situated on Durban’s famous Victoria Embankment with glorious views of Durban Bay. Closed weekends and on public holidays.

KIMBERLEY – The Kimberley Club

Founded in 1881 by Cecil John Rhodes & men from the diamond industry. A visitor once said ‘the place was stuffed with more millionaires to the square foot than any other place in the world’.