Bunbury Bridge Club Inc. was formed on 27 June 1981 by about 30 enthusiasts from the Bunbury area. They played at various venues around Bunbury, until purchasing their own Club premises at the corner of Balgore Way and Gurinda Street, Carey Park. We play friendly but competitive duplicate bridge four times a week and conduct a supervised session once per week on Tuesday evenings. Visitors are welcome to all sessions. The club is currently conducting a trial of providing a partner for players without a partner for the Wednesday night sessions.
At Busselton we pride ourselves on being a very friendly club and visitors and new players will always receive a warm welcome.
We play at Busselton Tennis Club in Marine Parade Busselton at 12:30pm Wednesdays. We also play at St George’s Anglican Church Hall in Gibney St Dunsborough commencing 12:45pm each Monday including public holidays.
Bridge is played every Monday, Thursday and Saturday starting at 1:00 pm. Cost is $7 per session for visitors, and includes afternoon tea. Our Club rooms are in Eighth St Wonthella behind the Wonthella Bowling Club. All visitors are welcome. Ring Heather on 9924 3234 for more information or to ask about lessons.
Kendenup Bridge Club is a small country Bridge Club near the town of Mount Barker in the great southern region of Western Australia. We have members that drive 80km to play at our Club and have members of all abilities from beginners to those that make it to the finals of competitions in the Eastern States…
The Club has grown over the past 15 years and we are always pleased to see new people come along. Generally we have 4 or 5 tables on a Wednesday evening. If you are already a pair you can just turn up by 7pm on a Wednesday evening.
We also run a beginners group on alternate Firday afternoons if you would like to learn to play.
The Club conducts regular competitions each Monday (1PM start), Wednesday (10AM start) and Thursday (1PM start) in the R A Cook Reserve Pavilion, 55 Gummery Street, Bedford.
The Pavilion is in the SOUTH corner of the Reserve near the elbow bend in Gummery Street. Plenty of off-street parking is available at the rear of the building, as well as some angle street parking in Gummery Street.
Entry to the Pavilion is from the Reserve side.
Visitors with partners are most welcome to join us.
Open Session – Director – Jeannie Ravn
Open Session/Supervised Session- Director – Bill Symons
Supervised/Intermediate Session- For Members below 100 masterpoints. Director -Noel Daniel
TOPIC LESSONS, NO PARTNER REQUIRED – DIRECTOR – BILL SYMONS
4 – 4.15 PM
OPEN SESSION- DIRECTOR – DAVE PARHAM
Open Session. See Homepage for more info.
Open Session- Director – LEON REF
Supervised/Intermediate Session-Director – Bill Symons
Open Session-Director – Leon Ref
Table fees are $6 for membes and $8 for visitors
Please arrive at least 10 Minutes before starting time
Nedlands Bridge Club is located in the leafy and beautiful suburb of Nedlands, Perth, Western Australia. The premises are situated in a delightful park area, with tall gum trees near the back of the club house and tennis courts and croquet greens in the front of the clubhouse. This environment is ideal for the magpies who have now adopted the club as their social centre! After playing bridge, it is a real pleasure to sit on the verandah and listen to the chatter of the birds. This is truly a delightful club in which to play bridge.
At present the club has two playing sessions each week. These are held on Monday and Thursday afternoons with play starting promptly at 12.30pm and finishing at around 3.30pm. Players are requested to be seated by 12.15pm. All sessions include a half time break when tea, coffee and biscuits are provided at no additional cost.
NDBC is a close and supportive group of bridge players and we wish to retain the unique atmosphere that exists in the club by not becoming too large and exceeding the capacity of the hall which is around 12 to 14 tables.
Visitors are welcome and may play for the modest sum of $4.00 per session. However please note that Visitors may not play in red point events so please check the ‘Coming Events’ panel on this page which will list upcoming red point sessions.
Fees for 2017 are Full Members $15.00 and Associate Members $10.00. Table Money for members (both full and associate) remains at $3.00 per session for green point events and $5.00 for red.
The Rockingham City Council offered their support, and with help from the Lotteries Commission, our own club room, adjacent to McLarty Hall in Shoalwater, was open for play on 12th November, 1999. The office and foyer plus upgrading of the storeroom, all funded by the Club, were completed in September 2012.
Rockingham Bridge Club is renowned for its hospitality. The members of the Club extend a warm welcome to all. Come visit us.
South Perth Bridge Club is located at the corner of Barker Avenue and Brittain Street in Como.
The nearest major bus stops for Bus 910 along Canning Highway are Perth bound stop 10330 or Fremantle bound stop 10239. Bus 31 from the Esplanade Busport also stops at just outside the club.
We run duplicate sessions every day, except Sunday and two evenings a week.
This is a friendly club that welcomes people of all ages and abilities to call in for a game of bridge.
A small session fee applies with tea/coffee and biscuits provided. Open each day from 12.30pm.
Bridge lessons and beginner sessions are available.
Please consult our website for full details www.undercroft.bridgeaustralia.org
The West Australian Bridge Club was created in 1974 when the existing West Australian Bridge Association ceased, due to the need to create a State Association that would represent all clubs.
In 1967 members of WABA purchased our original building in Dalkeith by taking up debentures. WABA moved into the old Anglican Church hall in Waratah Avenue in January 1968 and remained there until the clubrooms were no longer adequate for our needs. As the members had the foresight to purchase the building all those years ago the club now had the wherewithal to fund the building of premises designed to operate specifically as a bridge club. The issue now was where to build. Suggested locations were Point Resolution in Dalkeith, the new mulit-use building in Mt Claremont or the old Teacher’s College in Claremont. None of these were deemed suitable for varying reasons. Due largely to the efforts of Presidents Linda Wild, Helen Kemp, Des Cain and their committees the club is now located in a beautiful area of Swanbourne called Allen Park. Fittingly, WABC moved into its new premises in January 2008, exactly forty years after acquiring its first building.