Tasmanian Club Links
RSL Tasmania, the Veterans’ Welfare Organization This site provides information on topics of interest to Serving and Ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force and their dependents; and may provide assistance to visitors to Tasmania.
The Bellerive Yacht Club is situated at 64 Cambridge Road Bellerive. The club was established in 1926 to promote and encourage yachting and to provide facilities for its members.
Derwent Sailing Squadron We are located at Marieville Esplanade, Sandy Bay, an inner city suburb of Hobart Tasmania, on the shores of the Derwent River estuary.
The Royal Yacht Club Of Tasmania The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania was founded in Hobart in 1880 and was known then as the Derwent Sailing Boat Club. In 1908, a petition to His Majesty King Edward VII resulted in the granting of a Royal Warrant in 1910 and a change of name to the present name of The Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania.
Bowls Tasmania is recognised as the State administrative body of the sport of bowls in Tasmania with the inaugural meeting of the unified Bowls Tasmania being conducted on Sunday 30 May 2004.
AFL Tasmania is responsible for the growth, development and promotion of all aspects of Australian Football in Tasmania.
Golf Tasmania the Governing Body for the game of golf in Tasmania.
Latest News from Liquor and Gaming including seasonal trading – Christmas and New Year.
Tasmania Online Tasmanian business, community and government web sites.
ClubsAustralia is the federated organisation of club associations in every State and Territory of Australia as well as New Zealand. Approximately 4,000 clubs and 65,000 employees come under our umbrella.
ClubsNSW aims to deliver a range of services and representation that creates an environment for long-term sustainability, as well as strengthen industry conditions for the benefit of those working within the New South Wales club industry and the local communities they support.
ClubsVIC is the voice of Victoria’s network of not-for-profit licensed clubs which provide the community with its social, sporting and cultural infrastructure.
Fair Work Australia Registered and Licensed Clubs Award 2010.