Media Release


ClubsACTion Magazine COVID-19 Edition

ClubsACTion Magazine COVID-19 Issue is here! Enduring this tough time has highlighted the resilience of the Clubs Industry in Canberra.


Since we last touched base, a lot has happened and there is now some light at the end of the tunnel.

People in hospitality want to be back at work and doing what they love – serving customers.  Clubs want to get back to serving their communities.


Hospitality needs roadmap

ClubsACT has called on the ACT Government to keep pace with other jurisdictions and urgently provide local clubs with guidance on next steps towards business as usual.


ClubsACTion Magazine Issue 3 2019/2020

This is a bumper issue showcasing many features of the Club Industry - Culture, Community, Generosity, Support, Safety and Celebrations.


 Clubs supported community during bushfires and now need our support

As Canberrans show their support by visiting the South Coast to help spur the region’s economic recovery following the devastating bushfire crisis, they are being urged not to forget the local clubs.


Stay Safe and Cool at Your Local Club

This Saturday could be one of Canberra’s hottest days on record and as heatwaves grip regions across Australia - your local club is great place to keep cool and safe.


ACT’s clubs shine at annual awards

The ACT community, which local clubs serve so proudly, recently had the chance to show their appreciation by casting a vote for the city’s best: Harmonie German Club, Eastlake Gungahlin and Gungahlin Lakes Golf & Community Club each took home the top Peop


Minister Ramsay should Champion Inclusion, not Exclusion

Canberra is no longer Australia’s most inclusive city, with ClubsACT calling on the Labor Greens Government to lift the ban on a clubs capacity to claim men’s semi-professional and professional sport as a community contribution.


ACT Clubs launch Women in Clubs network

Today marks the beginning of a journey to drive greater gender equality across the club industry in the ACT with the launch of the Women in Clubs network.



Canberrans want a chance to have their say on how ACT club’s community contributions are distributed and reassurance local groups won’t be worse off under a plan to pour this money into an ACT Government administered fund.

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