Club use & hours
Who may use the club?
- Members and their guests
- Reciprocal club members and their accompanying guests
- Those attending club functions and private parties
Monday, 10am - 8pm
Tuesday to Thursday, 10am - 9pm
Friday, 10am to 10pm
Saturday, 4pm - 10pm
Members may request that the club remain open beyond closing time on any evening. However, please make prior arrangements with staff and be prepared to pay for their time
Note: club functions do tend to run considerably later than the hours listed here.
Members and guests may have lunch or dinner at the Club from Monday to Friday.
Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm (AEST)
On November 24th 1881 a meeting was held at the home of Mr W.J. Taylor of Wagga Wagga. There were twelve gentlemen present. Over port and cigars, it was resolved that a club be formed and called the Riverine Club. The committee formed consisted of a president, two vice presidents and eight other members. Although, it is not clearly recorded, the aims of the club are thought to resemble other such male institutions throughout the British Empire. Indeed, the Riverine Club's priceless leatherbound volumes of Punch from Victorian times probably best attest to this.
- Mr R. Pottie
- Dr P. Meggison
- Mrs M.H Martens
- Mr J. Mason
- Mr I. Horsley
- Mrs G. Driver
- Em Prof A. Fish
- Mr B. Whyte
- Mr D. Woods