The Club is a vibrant, inclusive and appealing venue for entertaining with amenities to accommodate all tastes.

Membership to the University Club of Western Australia affords Members the following benefits:

• Exclusive access to the Club’s award winning dining outlets

• Access to a comprehensive calendar of events

• The ability to sign in up to five guests per day to enjoy the Club facilities

• The option to enjoy signing privileges (charge-back to your account) in the food and beverage venues in the Club.

• Monthly e-newsletters which are designed to keep you up to date with Club events and news

• Access to preferred Member pricing in the Club Café and Bar and Member events.

• Access to reduced fees for venue, audio-visual hire and selected beverage packages when holding personal events and celebrations at the Club

• Corporate Member organisations have access to reduced fees for venue hire, audio-visual hire and selected beverage packages when holding corporate events and celebrations at the Club

• Members have complimentary access to the Members Meeting Room for small informal meetings of up to 10 persons

Reciprocal Clubs

Members of the University Club are entitled to a number of reciprocal privileges at some of the finest members-only clubs around the world. Should you travel to a city with one of the reciprocal clubs below and wish to avail yourself of their facilities, please contact the Membership Department with your travel dates and a letter of introduction will be arranged.

The Association of Colleges and University Clubs (ACUC) currently boasts a network of close to 80 clubs throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Israel and the Netherlands. The University Club is a member of this association which allows our club members to enjoy reciprocal privileges at any of the participating clubs around the world. For a full directory of reciprocal clubs, please visit the ACUC website.

New Zealand, North Island

The Hawkes Bay Club is located in Napier on New Zealand’s North Island and is less than a two minute walk from both the beach and city centre. The club offers a range of dining and conference facilities in addition to self-catering accommodation.

New Zealand, South Island

The Dunedin Club offers an exclusive environment where elegance and tradition blend seamlessly with an understanding of modern expectations.  The Club offers superb dining and function facilities in addition to pleasant and inexpensive accommodation within easy walking distance to the city.

New Zealand , South Island

Located in Christchurch The Staff Club of the University of Canterbury extends an invitation to visit and enjoy the ambiance and views from the Ilam Homestead. The Club provides full bar facilities, comfortably furnished lounges and a range of newspapers and periodicals for members and visitors’ use. Additionally the meeting room can be booked by members for small meetings.


As Singapore’s premium graduate club, NUSS creates a common meeting ground for graduates from local and recognised foreign universities to network. With three clubhouses for members, NUSS provides the perfect backdrop for all of your business and leisure needs.

Founded in 1903 as a British businessman’s club, the British Club Bangkok has developed over the last century to become the social, sports and cultural centre for the English speaking community in Bangkok. The present Clubhouse was built in 1910 and is an impressive  colonial-style building. The Club has changed over the years to meet the needs of its younger and more transient membership, providing a relaxed and friendly environment for a wide range of sporting and social activities for businessmen with families, yet remaining a popular venue for a business lunch or convivial drink. The British Club Bangkok is a registered Association in accordance with the Thai Civil & Commercial Code.


The Club is centrally located between Silom and Suriwongse Roads, in the heart of Bangkok’s Central Business District and one of the major shopping and entertainment areas and forms a small oasis in this busy city.  First time entry to the Club is via Silom Soi 18 only. The Club is about a 10 minute walk from Chong Nonsi Skytrain station and Sathorn Bus Rapid Transit station and about 1½km from Si Lom Underground and Sala Daeng Skytrain stations. The Club is also directly accessible to/from the Second Stage Expressway system and there is parking on site.

General information

  • A letter of introduction is required.
  • Reciprocal Members can access the British Club Bangkok for 30 days in one calendar year (split between visits if required)
  • Reciprocal Members can pay by Credit Card (Amex, Visa and MasterCard), No Cash Accepted
  • Reciprocal Members can bring  up to three guests at any one time
  • There is no accommodation on site however The British Club Bangkok has special rates at several local hotels
  • There is a dress code which does not allow shorts in Churchill Bar after 6 pm (Mon-Thu) or in The Verandah after 6pm every day


The SPGG has a well-equipped clubhouse which offers a relaxed and friendly environment for business leaders, industry experts and young graduates alike to meet. SPGG members can enjoy its luxurious facilities, such as its seminar rooms, conference rooms and board rooms for meetings, and its study room for quieter moments.

The University of Adelaide University Club was established in 1950 and operated in premises on Hughes Plaza from June 1971 to May 2010. In May 2010 the Club moved to Level 4 of Union House.

With an excellent central CBD location, great facilities and friendly staff, University of Adelaide Club will be a perfect base when visiting Adelaide.

Located at the University of Adelaide, the heritage listed Union House has function rooms that can cater for a range of events from small boardroom meetings of 5 to conferences of 200 guests.

Services available include an extensive casual lunch menu featuring daily roasts, grills, daily specials, rolls, sandwiches, cakes and snacks.

Hours of service

The University of Adelaide Club is open from 10.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Thursday; 10.00am to 6.30pm on Friday.

 For more information visit

The University of Tasmania’s University Club has been providing a convivial space for members and their guests since 1958. Based at the University’s Sandy Bay campus in Hobart, the Club has relaxing and attractive dining areas, with breakfast and lunch service by The Pickled Pear, and regular evening functions.

For more information, visit 

Benefit Partners

We want your Club Membership to be an extension of your lifestyle, and as such we have negotiated a number of benefit partners who provide special offers and ongoing benefits to University Club Members.

Rottnest Express is Rottnest Island’s largest and most experienced cruise company, operating daily year-round services from three convenient locations in Perth and Fremantle.

An extensive range of fully escorted and self-guided day tour packages are also available on Rottnest Island which is located just 19km off the mainland. Rottnest Island offers endless possibilities! An ‘A’ Class Nature Reserve and is widely regarded as one of Western Australia’s “best-kept secrets”.

Members Special Offer:

  • 25% off  Rottnest Express Ferry and Tours (25% off!) (excluding Rottnest Island Admission fee of $20 same-day and $26 extended stay*)
  • Valid for travel to 30th June 2022
  • Offer is not valid in conjunction with any other promotional offer
  • Bookings must be made online  using the promo code:  UNICLUB25

Steven Sher is a third generation antiques dealer, and together with his wife Judith, showcases a stunning selection of unique and rare antique jewellery and watches, as well as contemporary jewellery and collectables at their stores located in both Crawley and the Fremantle Markets.

Steven also offers jewellery, watch and clock repairs, remodelling & conversion of unwanted or broken jewellery, jewellery design, rethreading, silver plating and valuations

Steven offers a 10% discount on all products and services when you quote your University Club Membership number or show your Membership card. Visit

Members can purchase a 3L tin of Cooladerra Farm Extra Virgin Olive Oil for the wholesale price of $42.90.  This includes free delivery to the University Club.  The first 3L ordered also receives a lovely bottle with pourer to decant their olive oil into.

To order, please visit the Cooladerra Farm website and click on the Online Catalogue page. The University Club offer is at the bottom of the page.

Club Members are entitled to discounted rates for Qantas Club Membership through the University Club’s corporate scheme.

Qantas Club rates are available to view here.

Please contact Club Reception for more information on 6488 8770 or

Ze Photography is a premier photography studio with more than 8 years experience in the industry. The company is a member of the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) and is a fully accredited studio. Ze Photography offers a wide range of services in commercial, events, corporate executive portraits and weddings.

University Club Members receive an exclusive 20% discount of all photography services. Please quote your University Club Membership number when making your booking to receive this special offer.

Phone: 08 9417 9288
Mobile: 0411 045 931

Nedlands Golf Club

Set amongst 18 hectares of native tuart, redgum, and banksia trees (many reported to be over 300 years old) and flanked by sweeping views of Matilda Bay, Nedlands golf course is a private member 9 hole championship layout.

On each tee, you will find two teeing areas, the outward nine defined by white tee markers (men) and red markers (ladies), and on the inward nine, blue (men) and yellow (ladies). Each offers a subtle new challenge and a different perspective to each hole.

On presentation of your University Club Membership card, Members will be entitled to:
• Guest green fee rates: There is no need to be accompanied by a Nedlands Golf Club member. Bookings can be made via the pro-shop on 9386 7050.

• Members after paying the green fees will be entitled to use the Clubhouse facilities for the day. Please note that dress regulations apply for both the course and the Clubhouse. Regulations can be found by visiting