About

The Western Australian Club

Who We are

The Western Australian Club is proud of its long history with amenities, comfort and convenience that offers a quiet and exclusive respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Opening Hours:
Monday to Wednesday – 9.00am to 6.30pm
Thursday to Friday – 9.00am to 8.30pm
Open for Lunch Monday to Friday
Public Holidays, Saturdays and Sundays - Closed


Administration Office:
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm

Monthly Dinners:
The first Thursday of every month & the second Friday of every month Times: 6.00pm-9.00pm

Wireless internet is available

Founded in 1893, the Club is today one of the most prominent and prestigious clubs in Perth, upholding a long tradition of excellence. Located in the heart of the city, The Club and our award-winning staff set an exemplary standard for personal customer service, facilities, and hospitality.

With an emphasis on attention to detail, our unique meeting place has played host to many memorable occasions and activities, catering to both professional and social interests of members and guests.

The Club is progressive, and is open to men and women with the primary purpose of the Club being for the exclusive interaction, enjoyment and comfort of members and their guests.

Our diverse focus reflects a membership that includes industry pioneers, business leaders, professionals and distinguished representatives from the services, academic and religious communities

Together, our members and guests enjoy a very private and exclusive environment.

The history of The Western Australian Club is closely interwoven with the history of Western Australia and has been an integral part of the State's commercial, business, and political activity for 124 years.

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Attractions in the area

The Western Australian Club is located on the busy St Georges' Terrace, in Perth's CBD near the city's shopping precinct with its many arcades and walking streets.

Nearby are the Perth landmarks of the Barrack Street Jetty and Bell Tower; the magnificent 19th century His Majesty's Theatre and the more modern Perth Concert Hall.

A further walk will take you to the arts precinct where the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Museum and the State Theatre are to be found.

At Council House, where the Lord Mayor and administration of the City of Perth is located adjacent to Stirling Gardens, there is the City Library and to the rear of the building, the magnificent Supreme Court building.

On the northern side of St. George's Terrace opposite Stirling Gardens is the 19th century State Treasury building.

Along St. George's Terrace there are many churches, including Trinity Church, St. George's Cathedral, the Uniting Church and just off the Terrace the newly renovated St. Patrick's Cathedral and adjacent buildings.

Transport

Local taxi service from Perth Domestic Airport - estimated 30 minutes

Local taxi service from Perth International Airport - estimated 45 minutes

Our staff will be glad to call for a Taxi for you on your departure from the Club.

Parking

Whilst the Club does not have parking on the premises, there are several secure carparks in the vicinity.

  • City of Perth Parking - Perth Concert Hall, Terrace Road (parking from am to pm)
  • City of Perth Parking - 165 Terrace Road, Terrace Road (24 hours)
  • City of Perth Parking - Fire Station, entry via Murray Street and Hay Street (24 hours)

City of Perth Parking - Council House, entry via 27 St George's Terrace (24 hours)
Rates range from $3.40 per hour.

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