The WA Italian Club is one of Perth’s most recognisable and longstanding clubs. The Club was formed in 1934 to support Italian migrants starting a new life in Australia. It has since developed to become a cultural centre of Italian heritage and way of life. Our Club is an excellent example of the successful integration of Italians into the multicultural diversity of Perth. The Club upholds the Founders’ aims to provide cultural, social and sporting amenities to its members. The Club also strives to foster business and networking opportunities for its members.
Join the WA Italian Golf Club on their Festival City and Totino Wines Challenge Cup to Adelaide 2022. The TFCC always proves to be fun filled adventure. Tour cost is $1900 per person twin share (inclusive of 5 nights accommodation, Wine Tasting & Dinner at Serafino's Winery, Festival city and Tontino Wines Challenge Cup all-inclusive Presentation Dinner)
Let's Catch Up on the first Wednesday of every month (except January) Do you think your home made wine is the best? If you answered yes then why not enter our "Home Made Wine Competition" on Wednesday 7th September
1934’s menu is inspired by its cultural heritage with a modern touch, offering Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, to ensure all our patrons from many cultural backgrounds are able to come and enjoy the experience.
- Puglia is home to over 50 million olive trees. Many of them centuries old. Puglia needed to enact laws to deter people from other parts of Italy coming down and digging up those valuable olive trees to bring them back and plant them on their land. It’s now illegal to dig up a tree from Puglian soil. - The famed Appian Way, that starts in Rome, actually ends in Puglia – you can visit the site. - Egnazia is home to archeological ruins and a museum filled with artifacts from graves of Greek and Messapii people. - Though Puglia has its own dialect, separate from the national language, there are still small pockets, near Lecce that speak Greek, or Griko. - The tarantella is said to have originated from the area of Taranto. -There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Puglia, the most famous is Alberobello. -Puglia makes more wine than any other region in Italy.
The Club offers a range of venues for drinks and dining. Online bookings for the Members Dining Room will be available soon. Remember to check out our Friday specials.
The Club offers a range of social and sporting activities to promote our members being active and involved with our community. We support various other ‘clubs within the Club’, including the Western Australian Italian Golf Club (WAIGC).
The preservation of our Club and its heritage requires philanthropic support from within our community. We invite you to learn more about why we value our sponsors and how you can get involved.