We are at the brim of slowly transitioning from summer to Autumn which marks the opportune time to travel across Australia.

In that spirit, for the next instalment of our Reciprocal Club feature, let’s profile the Naval, Military and Air Force Club of South Australia.

Tattersalls joined hands with this historic Club in 2008, and Members of both the Clubs have regularly visited the venues since then.

The Navy, Military and Air Force Club trace its origins back to 1879, formed as the Militia Officers’ Club of South Australia.  While originally for military officers, civilian ‘gentlemen’ were admitted as members in 1894.

Acknowledging changing times and determined to remove barriers, the Club opened its doors to ‘lady’ members in the 1970s, which quite relates to our history as well. Additionally, their Membership does not require an individual to have had previous service with Australian or Commonwealth Military Forces.

The Club is conveniently located in the Adelaide CBD and is built in a beautiful heritage-listed town mansion, and they have boutique-style accommodations that are members have the access to book when planning to visit.

They also have a ‘silver service’ fine dining experience, relaxed dining options and Bar facilities available.

For any Tattersalls Member who finds themselves in Adelaide for either a business trip or a leisure one, the Naval, Military and Air Force Club of South Australia is definitely a Club they should explore.

Beyond this Club, Tattersalls also holds reciprocity with other popular Clubs throughout Australia including Tattersall’s Club Brisbane, Athenaeum Club in Melbourne and Hobart, Newcastle Club and many more.

Click here for the full list of Reciprocal Clubs.

If you’re planning a holiday in Canada, England, the USA, right here in Australia, or elsewhere, be sure to check your Club’s reciprocal list available on our website (in the Membership section) and request your Letter of Introduction.