Adelaide Women’s Social Clubs

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Ladies, are you looking to make new friends, start a hobby, or just get out of the house for a bit?

Take a look at these social groups which are just a few of the fabulous ones that are held around Adelaide.

The Swing Sesh

Swing Dancing is suitable for all people of all ages and walks of life. There are many different kinds, and we seek to share as many of them with you as possible. You don’t need any experience to start, and you don’t need a partner!

The Bacchus Club

Having been established in Adelaide in 1939, The Bacchus Club Inc. is one of Australia’s oldest continuously running wine and food societies. The objects of The Bacchus Club are to enable members and their guests to enjoy good foods and good wines in good company, and encourage better understanding and experiences in the use and service of wines.

Walking SA

The Walking Federation of South Australia is the peak body representing bushwalkers in South Australia, currently with 40 member clubs and also a body of individual members. We work in conjunction with the Office for Recreation and Sport to promote walking as a healthy, life-long activity and to ensure that walkers have access to areas of high natural and scenic values.

Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network

Community gardens are places where people come together to grow fresh food, to learn, relax and make new friends. The Community Gardens Network connects community gardens around Australia.

Studio Potters SA

Studio Potters SA provides a supportive environment in which the clay community can meet and share ideas and knowledge with other members of all levels of experience in pottery and ceramics. Studio Potters supports the growth of members by providing regular workshops with highly experience and well known potters. New members are very welcome to join at any time of the year!

Adelaide Camera Club

The club conducts meetings regularly in North Adelaide with competitions, practicals, workshops and social weekends planned.

Sticky Rice Cooking School

An Adelaide cooking school where you learn how to create restaurant quality dishes in hands-on cooking classes with Australia’s masters of Asian cuisine – wine and dine on the recipes.

Adelaide Book Club

Open to all ages with a broad range of book topics, they meet on Sunday afternoons.

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