Swiss Club WA

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​If there is an interest in us hiring a Minivan to drive up people that would like to come but not drive the distance, please let me know

​​2019 Events

21st and/or 28 July 2019:
Busy Bee in Gidge, preparations for 3 August event (bonfire, setting up the shelter,  etc.)

We plan to serve Heisse Fleischchäs and Heisse Schinke (supplied by our trusted Swiss Butcher). Our young people will serve and I will prepare the usual salads: potato, celeriac (if available, otherwise beetroot), carrot and green salads, with my homemade salad sauce. You will bring – as usual – a contribution to a fantastic Dessert Buffet. The Alphorn Players will play for us and I hope they have the notes to the National Anthem, so we can sing along

The cost will be as follows:
Children 2 to 6 years: Gold Coin $
Children up to 15 years of age: 10$ (Ten Dollars)
Upwards of 15 years of age: 25$ (Twenty-five Dollars)

To be paid at the event, CASH ONLY

In order to have an idea of attendance, please send me how many of you will come and confirm that you will bring a dessert. So far I have 120 (solid, good sized) plates and cutlery. I don’t mind buying more

 In order to keep the Club’s E-Mail from overflowing please send your info to

Annual Picnic


Fondue / RACLETTE 

tentative: Sept/Oct 2019

ideas/suggestions welcome

who would like to organise it?

Swiss National Day

 (3 Aug 2019)

Busy Bee setting up Funke (cutting, collecting, stacking wood; preparing shelter: 21 July)

Samichlaus -

Santa Claus

8 December 2019

​Mussel Pool West, Shelter W

The Swiss Club offers a wide range of activities for members, designed to suit all ages and interests.
The Objectives of the Club are:
To promote and uphold Swiss culture, tradition and languages 
To maintain good fellowship 
To further helpfulness amongst its members and to assist newly-arrived and/or destitute Swiss 
To support international and multicultural activities and charities between the Swiss and other communities in Australia. Many Swiss in Western Australia have non-Swiss partners, and are reluctant to join our Club because they think that their partner will feel left out. Let us reassure you that non-Swiss people are warmly welcomed in our Club.
Ruth Kellenberger

Swiss Club WA