Germans and their descendents have always been an important part of South Australia’s heritage, comprising ten percent of the population since the very earliest days of white settlement.
The South Australian German Association (German Club) was established in 1886. Our aim is to promote, encourage and foster German language, culture, habits and social life in Australia.
The club is open to everyone. You are encouraged to come and join us and enjoy the friendly German atmosphere, the Gemutlichkeit, which has been for so long in South Australian tradition. A range of all your favourite German and Australian beers are available at the bar and the separate bistro and dining areas offer a tantalising range of delicious German and Australian meals at very reasonable rates. The club is famous for the Oktober and Schützenfests. Twenty groups within the club cater for a wide range of interests. Check them out and enquire about joining. A wide range of rooms and halls are available for hire.
27th – Rodney Rude
10th – Tanz ouf der Ulm, 7.30pm
14th – Bushwalkers Dance, Matthew Flinders Hall, 8pm
4th, 11th, 18th & 25th – Oktoberfest, Matthew Flinders and Carl Linger Hall, 6pm Adelaide German Band; 8pm Herbert Stauber, Bund der Bayern
13th – AGM, Matthew Flinders Hall, 2pm
5th – Melbourne Cup Luncheon, 12noon–3pm
23rd – Members Children Christmas Party, Hans Heysen Room,
14th – German Folk Dance Circle, Bavarian Dancers, 4pm
24th – Members Christmas Party, Matthew Flinders Hall, 2pm-4pm, Ladies Gymnastics Group, German Folk Song Choir, German Folk
Dance Circle, Bavarian Dancers, Adelaider Liedertafel 1858
31st – New Years Eve Party, Matthew Flinders & Carl Linger Halls, 8pm