ANZAC Club has been a place of respite and relaxation for returning Veterans since the Returned Soldiers Club House was erected on land adjacent to the Governor's establishment, and opened in October 1916.
The new ANZAC House Veteran Central and its associated ANZAC Club is a place where ex-service members their families and friends can gather alongside community and business sectors in a friendly environment that reflects camaraderie, good social standards and the traditions of the Australian Defence Force.
Located just a stone's throw from the site of the first club for returning Veterans and directly across the road from Government House gardens, ANZAC Club offers state-of-the-art facilities with some of the best views in Perth.
An initiative of RSLWA, all ANZAC Club profits go back to Veterans through the services available at ANZAC House Veteran Central.
For ANZAC Club bookings, phone 9287 3777.
For function bookings and enquiries, phone 9287 3700.
For more about events and membership visit the ANZAC Club website.
2022 COVID-19 UPDATE:
Under the State Government’s new COVID-19 Directions Orders, Proof of Vaccination will be required from Monday, 17 January to enter the ANZAC Club and other ANZAC House function areas on Levels 5, 6, and 7.
RSLWA must comply with the provisions in accordance with its approved licence areas, irrespective of whether these areas may at times be used for meetings, seminars and other smaller events. These restrictions have been implemented to help prevent the further spread of COVID. Our Veteran community includes some of the most vulnerable groups so it is important we all work to ensure they remain safe.
We acknowledge that some people who have chosen not to be vaccinated will be disappointed they can not visit the ANZAC Club, but we must comply with the orders and also ensure our older Veterans feel safe and are protected.