中文
Select Page

Clubs Type Social Clubs & Classes in Western Australia

Clubs Associations in Western Australia


categories=101001®ion=western-australia&type=clubs-associations


Alkimos Pirates Lacrosse Club

WA Lacrosse Club catering to all ages in Northern Perth, a club that is all about passion, inclusivity, family and fun!

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Sports:Other

Description

Alkimos Pirates Lacrosse Club is the newest name in Western Australian Lacrosse. They believe that having a go and enjoying lacrosse is paramount, and would love to share the game with everyone. Located in Alkimos, with their homebase at Leatherback Park, they are looking for new pirates in the northern corridor to come and join them.

Bringing its members the fastest sport on two feet, you will learn strategy, gain speed, endurance, and ability in this amazing game, as well as meeting some fantastic people and being a part of a great social atmosphere. 

Regular Season Teams:

Senior Men D3

Senior Women D2 

Junior U13's (Mixed) Ages 11 to 12

Junior U11's (Mixed) Ages 9 to 10

Quickstix - Ages 5 to 9 

Alkimos Tigers Rugby League Club

Rugby League Club offering a junior team competing within NRL WA, and various senior teams.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Sports:Rugby

Description

Seniors teams consist of Women's League Tag Team, and Men's Val Murphy Team. Their Junior Rugby League was founded in 2016, and competes within the NRL WA competition. 

Avon Valley Arts Society

AVAS Inc promotes and fosters artists in the Avon Valley.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Visual Arts

Description

AVAS Inc host the Fred Killick Award Exhibition, and the Northam Art Prize, as well as hold demonstrations and art classes.

Current exhibitions can be viewed at the Northam Visitor Centre.

Black Maria Film Collective

Black Maria Film Collective (BMFC) strives to be Perth’s definitive film and artistic hub; screening films and organising networking events for Perth's film and creative community.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Film

Description

Boolbardie Country Club

An eighteen hole golf course with sand greens situated right within the heart of the Shark Bay World Heritage area.

  • Type:Clubs
  • Other:Country Club

Details

  • Sports:Local Clubs,Golf

Description

Known as the western-most golf course in Australia', the Boolbardie Country Club does not disappoint. There is something for everyone, with its ocean views, wildflowers, wildlife, licensed bar, function centre and of course golf club and buggy hire.

Cervantes Country Club

Welcome to Cervantes Country Club, located in the picturesque coastal town of Cervantes, Western Australia.

  • Type:Clubs
  • Other:Country Club

Details

Description

Open to members, locals and visitors seven days a week, Cervantes Country Club provides a laid-back restaurant and bar with added sporting facilities on site.

Our community hub is a great place to meet with friends, watch a game and enjoy a meal in our friendly and relaxed dining area. Cervantes Country Club was established in 1974 we have been supporting Cervantes’ local sports club ever since.

Book today for a delicious meal or a game of bowls, tennis, or golf!

Collie Gallery Group Inc

Collie, located 230k south of Perth might be best known for its coal mines and power station but has quickly developed as a centre for the arts since Collie Art Gallery officially opened.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Industry,Visual Arts

Description

The Art Gallery was the realization of a dream of Mrs Jan Wallace, now a life member of the gallery, who first began lobbying the Collie Shire Council in the 1970s for a home for the town’s significant art collection. Local legend has it that she would take her baby in a bassinet to Council meetings. That baby was in his 40s when the gallery opened.

The Collie Gallery Group Inc. was formed in 2013 to lobby for the construction of the gallery and manage its operation. The group worked to raise funds for the project. Funding was provided through Royalties for Regions, Lotterywest, with a half million dollar contribution from Collie Community Bank Branch of the Bendigo Bank. Additional funds were raised for the fit out of the gallery with grants coming from Lotterywest and the Coal Miners’ Welfare Board.   Bunbury architect Kent Lyon was employed to design the building which was constructed by local builder White Building Company

The design includes 150 square metres of gallery space, a 50-square-metre studio and storage and working space, designed to allow the gallery to host exhibitions of national and international significance.

Collie Art Gallery was built as part of the Shire of Collie’s SuperTowns program and was made possible with funding from the Shire of Collie, Royalty for Regions and a half million dollar donation from the Collie & Districts Community Bank Branch of the Bendigo Bank. Funding was also provided by Lotterywest and the Coal Miners’ Welfare Board to assist with internal fit out.

The Arthur Boyd exhibition was followed by an exhibition of the Collie Collection.

The Collie Collection comprises works from renowned Australian artists Norman Lindsay, Guy Grey Smith, Elizabeth Durack, Arthur Boyd (senior) and a host of others.

The cornerstone of the collection is the Claude Hotchin bequest, 36 works of art gifted to the people of Collie by Claude Hotchin in 1954.

Claude Hotchin was a self-made man from humble beginnings who left school at the age of 11 and went on to become one of the most significant art benefactors in WA history. It is claimed that over the following forty years, he purchased an average of one painting each week to give away to some other gallery or institution.

From 1947-1964 he was a board member of the trustees of the Perth Public Library, WA Museum and was the first Chairman of the Art Gallery of WA.

In addition to his generous bequest to the people of Collie, Hotchin launched the art collections of other regional towns including Katanning, Northam, Narrogin, Kalgoorlie, Manjimup, Busselton Wagin, Kojonup and Fremantle. Hotchin ultimately donated an estimated 2000 paintings to public art galleries, local governments and other institutions.

Today the Collie Collection has grown to nearly 90 individual pieces. Some have been acquired through the Griffin Festival of the Arts & Crafts, a unique long-standing community event that celebrated and encouraged the creativity and talent of the Collie community.

The Collie Gallery Group has since acquired a number of through donations from art-loving community members, which have included works by indigenous artists of the Carrolup school, such as Reynold Hart and Jimmy Dabb.

Collie is very fortunate to have this extraordinary collection and a fabulous new art gallery in which it can be shown to inspire artists and art lovers of Collie the surrounding regions long into the future.

Since it opened Collie Art Gallery has hosted many significant exhibitions and welcomes inquiries from artists and their representatives.

The gallery offers a diverse range of workshops and development programs suitable for artists at all levels, from primary-school-aged children right through to seniors, absolute beginners to experienced artists. Artists with skills to share are encouraged to hold workshops at the gallery.

The gallery also offers a unique range of mainly hand-made crafts and artwork by local artisans for sale in the gallery’s gift shop.

Daglish Tennis Club

Daglish Tennis Club may be one of the smallest tennis clubs in the West but it has the biggest heart.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Sports:Tennis

Description

With three grass tennis courts and clubhouse facilities the courts are accessible to all.

Non-member court hire is available during daylight hours and social bbq’s are run every Wednesday during the summer.

Situated within the Western Suburbs backing on to a park it provides for a convenient location for families to come down and enjoy a game of tennis and use the surrounding facilities.

Ellenbrook Eels Netball Club

At Eels we are a Club that values family and community. We cater for all ages, abilities and experience. We are passionate about encouraging and supporting our players on and off the court.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Sports:Netball

Description

Family

We support a family environment. We aim to cater for the whole family, with programs from 4yo to Adults. We love to see Mothers playing with their Daughters.

 

Mentoring

We believe that Netball brings more than just physical benefits. Our leaders are here to mentor our players both on and off the court.

 

Diversity

We welcome all walks of diversity. We are involved with a wide range of programs to support an all-inclusive culture.

Friends Of Yellagonga Regional Park

A group of local enthusiastic conservation volunteers who desire to protect and restore the bio-diversity of Yellagonga Regional Park for current and future generations to enjoy.

  • Other:Special Interest,Outdoors
  • Type:Clubs

Details

Description

Join the Friends of Yellagonga

Do you enjoy walking, cycling or just sitting and admiring the views that are found in Yellagonga Regional Park? Would you like to put something back into an area you enjoy? Maybe you have an interest in gardening and feel that you would like to put your "Green Thumb" to good use on a grander scale than can be attained on the suburban block. Maybe you just enjoy being in the outdoors and fresh air but need an excuse to enjoy yourself outdoors. 

Friends of Yellagonga aims to promote and participate in the conservation, rehabilitation and protection of Yellagonga Regional Park to ensure long-term environmental sustainability and compatible human use.

The group was formed in 1993 and they work with the Park manager, The Department of Environment and Conservation (DEC). The Friends seek to involve the local community as much as possible and encourage greater awareness of the significance of the Park and the threats to its conservation.

GALSWA

The Gay and Lesbian Singers of Western Australia are a choral group who welcomes members from all colours of the sexuality and gender diversity rainbow with a motto of Harmony in Diversity.

  • Type:Clubs
  • Other:LGBTI

Details

  • Arts:Music

Description

GALSWA are apart of the LGBTIQ+ community and sing at events within the community and also in wider community events. The choir is open to anyone wishing to join. 

Members agree to abide by the following aims:

- Promote and develop the presence of a Gay and Lesbian choir in Perth
- Encourage choral music skills in the Gay and Lesbian community
- Encourage members to participate in GALSWA activities 
- Provide a supportive and non-discriminatory environment which fosters musical and social interaction
- Promote pride in, and a positive image of a Gay and Lesbian Lifestyle

 

Green Head Golf Club

Beautiful 18 - hole golf course nestled within natural bushland at picturesque Green Head Western Australia.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Sports:Golf

Description

Ladies 18 hole competition-

Saturday -start time to compliment mens competition (usually 12pm)
Tuesday - Names in by 11am

Mens 18 hole competition-
Saturday 12.30pm tee off
Scroungers (mixed) 10 hole-
Thursday & Sunday 2pm tee off

Names must be in half hour prior tee off

Greyhounds Christian Soccer Club

Greyhounds provides a safe and nurturing environment designed to improve skills and develop an appreciation for, and love of, the game of soccer. Miniroos to Masters teams.

  • Other:Youth
  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Sports:Soccer

Description

Greyhounds Christian Soccer Club competes as part of the Western Australian Christian Football Association (WACFA). WACFA is affiliated with Football West and is the only Football competition with regular fixtures played on Saturday. WACFA does not schedule competition on Sundays.

Greyhounds provides a safe and nurturing environment designed to improve skills and develop an appreciation for, and love of, the game of soccer.

Registration Day for the 2021 Season - Saturday 20 February - 10am to 2pm. Online registrations open early February.

Miniroos, Juniors, Seniors and Masters, Mixed and Men's and Women's teams.

Irish Club Of WA

A Cultural Centre for everything Irish in WA. Open to new members. Friendly bar with live music, dance and classes.

  • Type:Clubs
  • Other:Social Club

Details

Description

The Irish Club was formed in 1950 to promote the national and cultural aspects of Irish life in Perth. From humble beginnings the club has grown and is now located on Townshend Road in Subiaco. The club has a non-political, non-sectarian policy and welcomes people of all nationalities to enjoy the ambience of the club as members or guests of members.

If you like Irish culture, plays, music, sport from around the globe on the big screen, good food, cold drinks and fantastic fellowship in a relaxed environment, then the Irish Club of WA is the only place to be. Plus, they hold a pub quiz every Tuesday night, offering a cash prize.

Kambalda Cultural And Arts Group Inc

Kambalda Cultural and Arts Group is made up of local volunteers who work hard to bring fun art workshops and cultural activities to the community every year.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Visual Arts

Description

Koi Society Of WA

Formed in 1989 by a group of Koi enthusiants with the aim to provide leadership and knowledge to members, and the public in all aspects related to the koi-keeping hobby.

  • Other:Special Interest
  • Type:Clubs

Details

Description

The Koi Society of Western Australia is the Western Australian chapter of the Zen Nippon Airinkai (ZNA) of Japan. All this started from humble beginnings. In 1989 a party of 14 koi enthusiasts formed the Koi Society of WA, by 1990 the membership numbers had increased to a level sufficient to support an Annual Show of Fish.

Western Australia has a very healthy koi society with over 100 active members at present. Over the years it has provided information to thousands in the community and underpins this information with sound environmental advice. 

The society also offers a service to collect unwanted pond fish seeing this as preferable environmentally to dumping fish in waterways and dams. 

Northern Brand Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm Wanneroo Recreation Centre. These meetings are a great opportunity to meet other koi owners, ask questions about your pond, and find out what is happening in the society. 

Kulin Arts Council

The Arts in Kulin are well and truly alive!

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Literature,Performing Arts,Visual Arts

Description

The Kulin Arts Council is a comprehensive organisation that all arts based groups or individuals in Kulin can join. The committee intend to act as support to existing art groups and individual artists within the Kulin community and promote new artistic projects.

The coucil offer assistance with grant applications, organise workshops and provide access to an extensive knowledge base in a wide variety of Arts areas.

Membership fee is $5 annually. 

Lake Grace Artists Group

A vibrant group of creative, active locals, based in and near Lake Grace, Western Australia.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Visual Arts

Description

The Lake Grace Artists’ Group has come together since the 1970s to facilitate and participate in exhibitions and artist’s workshops, create public artworks, collaborate on community artworks and to study visual arts.

Leeman Bowling Club

Lawn bowls for everyone!

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Sports:Local Clubs,Bowling

Description

Madjitil Moorna

Madjitil Moorna is a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who sing in language to build understanding, hope and joy.

  • Other:Aboriginal
  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Aboriginal,Music

Description

<p> Award-winning Aboriginal songwriters and performers lead the group. People love to listen to the mix of soulful and joyous contemporary and more traditional songs. Madjitil Moorna practices on Monday nights in Forrestfield at the Anderson Rd Community Centre, with visits to other centres. 6.30pm cuppa, 7.00pm - 8.30pm sing. All voices, all backgrounds welcome!</p> <p> We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Whadjuk Noongar people of this land by singing together in harmony, listening and sharing stories.</p> <p> Aims and Objectives as described in our constitution include the promotion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music  by the following:</p> <p> - To sing  and promote Aboriginal and Torres Strait language songs and compositions by Indigenous artists  from around Australia;<br /> - To acknowledge and embrace the stolen generations and their journey of Healing;<br /> - To generate healing within the community through the vibrations of our harmonious songs;<br /> - To increase  Aboriginal and Torres Strait membership at every opportunity;<br /> - To create a warm and sensitive safe environment to encourage members to express the joy and beauty of    music;<br /> - To promote and embrace reconciliation through the multicultural blend of our members;<br /> - To share the joy of singing  with Aboriginal communities and country towns; and<br /> - To encourage Aboriginal communities and people from remote regions to form similar singing groups to  enhance the healing process.</p>

Maker+Co

Maker + Co connects a global community of inventors, creatives, entrepreneurs and innovators.

  • Other:Special Interest,Business
  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Writers Centre,Industry

Description

Maker+Co undertake a combination of commercial activities, trading in space and time, to maximise improvements in human and environmental well-being. They provide valuable services such as strategic and business planning, project management, facilitation and more! 

Mandurah Jazz Club

Join local traditional and mainstream jazz musicians every third Sunday of the month for good music and entertainment.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Jazz,Music

Description

This band, That’s Jazz, have their gigs on the 3rd Sunday of the month.

Join local traditional and mainstream jazz musicians every third Sunday of the month for good music and entertainment.

Please note at this new venue; BYO drinks (alcohol or other) and nibbles.

Further information from Harry 9534 8120

Margaret River Concert Band

A volunteer run, not-for-profit community band, we aim to unite musicians and music lovers from all walks of life and ages to play music of various genres together.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Music

Description

We play a varied selection of musical genres including jazz standards, swing, rock classics, contemporary pop, musicals and film music.

Our players have varied abilities, from amateurs through to music teachers and professionals as well as student participation.

We host a number of our own performances throughout the year and regularly participate in wider community events.

New members are always welcome!  Come along and listen or bring your instrument and join in.  We rehearse on Monday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30pm at the Margaret River Senior High School Auditorium.

Melville Theatre Company

The Melville Theatre Company was founded in 1982 and presents community productions of plays and musicals.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Music,Performing Arts

Description

The Melville Theatre Company was the brainchild of the late David J. Burton who, in 1982, called a meeting for interested people in the community to form a theatre company in the Melville area.

As a result of this meeting the Melville Theatre Company was born. The newly formed company’s first production was the farce, Not Now Darling. With its second production, The Sound of Music, the young company won the Finley Award for the Best Production of the Year in Community Theatre. Since then, actors and directors have consistently featured in the list of awards at the annual State Drama Festival. In recent times, Melville has taken home three more  Finley awards for Best Play; one for our 2010 production of The Return, in 2013 for Rabbit Hole and the 2014 production of Twelve Angry Men.

Initially our seasons were performed in the Melville Civic Centre, but since 1987, our venue has been the Roy Edinger Centre, on the corner of Stock Road and Canning Highway, Palmyra. For many years we shared this venue with a multitude of other users, which created difficulties for all parties, however, in 1998 we were granted sole management by the City of Melville and have thus been able to create a real theatre within the centre, including raked seating, carpeting and a new lighting and sound system.

Nannup Arts Council

Nannup Arts Council Inc. provides education, encouragement, promotion and sponsorship for Nannup and regional artists.

  • Type:Clubs

Details

  • Arts:Craft,Visual Arts

Description

The Nannup Arts Council Inc. has been a fully incorporated entity since 1987. It was formed to;

- provide education, encouragement, promotion and sponsorship for Nannup and regional artists. 

- unleash the creative potential of all members of the community including children.

- provide a structure whereby community members with creative initiatives can put their ideas into action

 

The Nannup Arts Council is willing to support cultural activities such as Performing Arts, Art Exhibitions, Workshops, Concerts, Touring Exhibitions, Musical Performances and Films, as well as supporting the Art Programme at the Nannup District High School. 

You May Also Like

Perth’s best outdoor cinemas screening films all summer

Perth’s best outdoor cinemas screening films all summer

We’ve been blessed with some balmy summer evenings over the last few weeks, which means it’s the perfect time to...
Read More
Beautiful snorkelling spots along Rottnest Island’s coastline

Beautiful snorkelling spots along Rottnest Island’s coastline

It is no secret that Rottnest Island boasts some of the most enchanting snorkelling locations this side of the country....
Read More
Artisan ice-creameries to get you through the Perth summer

Artisan ice-creameries to get you through the Perth summer

As the weather heats up and the sunscreen and sunglasses come out, what better way to spend your summer than...
Read More
6 picturesque natural attractions in WA’s south west

6 picturesque natural attractions in WA’s south west

It may be winter here in WA but that doesn’t mean you have to spend the next few months in...
Read More
Globally recognised Freo blues rock band Datura4 releases new album

Globally recognised Freo blues rock band Datura4 releases new album

Freo-based blues rock combo Datura4 is one of Perth’s best kept secrets. With a strong international following, the band has...
Read More
Top 10 movies about families even more dysfunctional than yours

Top 10 movies about families even more dysfunctional than yours

  Ever think your family are the most insane people on Earth? No matter how well adjusted your family is,...
Read More
5 Quirky pets to keep you company while you’re isolating

5 Quirky pets to keep you company while you’re isolating

  We’re all probably feeling a little bit lonely right now. If social-distancing is starving you for company, a tiny...
Read More
Local bakeries delivering hot cross buns to your door

Local bakeries delivering hot cross buns to your door

Once again, the time to indulge in the iconic fruit-and-spice-filled hot cross bun is upon us... Whether you prefer them...
Read More
Three local chefs recommend their best takeaways dishes

Three local chefs recommend their best takeaways dishes

Restaurants may be shut to diners for now, but behind closed doors, Perth's leading chefs continue to serve up their...
Read More
Join virtual cooking classes with celebrity chefs from around the globe

Join virtual cooking classes with celebrity chefs from around the globe

In response to a shut-down of much of the world’s hospitality sector, celebrity chefs from around the globe, such as...
Read More