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The purpose of the Swiss Club of NSW is to promote social activities and friendships within the Swiss Community of NSW, and encourage friendly interaction with other clubs, Australians and Swiss affiliates. We aim to keep Swiss traditions and culture alive in Australia and perhaps create a few of our own along the way.


The Swiss Club of NSW became a Club in 1924 when the former Swiss Society of NSW changed into the Swiss Club of NSW and succeeded the Society. However, the Swiss Club of NSW was founded on Wednesday, 2 October 1968 and currently has around 300 members and growing. We are a non-profit organisation and therefore membership fees are kept as low as possible. We organise functions at various venues, and have strong ties to other Swiss interest groups and the Swiss Consulate to support all Swiss activities in NSW. 


Join the Swiss Club of NSW and receive three copies of our 'Swiss Community News’ magazine each year, plus other member benefits like discounts to our events. We send free, monthly, emailed newsflashes that detail upcoming Swiss events in Sydney, Swiss news locally and abroad, and interesting articles. To subscribe, simply fill out our online form. Stay connected with all things Swiss in NSW by visiting our social media pages.

As the Swiss Club of NSW is a community group your involvement is vital. We rely on volunteers and your feedback. Share your ideas or other thoughts about the Swiss Club with us. We are looking to get more members involved with our program, events and interesting articles, so please contact us to give us your feedback. 

Would you like to buy or sell something... Are you looking for some help... or do you want to meet some people and make new friends? Simply email us and place your message on the Australia-wide board to wait for a reply.


The Board of Directors meet on the first Monday of the month at The Royal Leichhardt from 18:00. Feel free to join the directors to voice your concerns about your Swiss community.

The Swiss Club organises events like the National Day Dinner, Buure Zmorge, Wild Mushroom and Chestnut Foraging, Bronte Beach BBQ, Fasnacht, Usplampete, Bushwalks, Children's Samichlaus and much more. These events are also advertised in our Swiss Community News magazine and on our social media pages.

Members of the Swiss Society of NSW circa 1920, displaying the front of the 1895 flag. Courtesy of Dr. Bettina Boss.

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