Celebrate your next event in
Mildura's history

est. 1894


The Mildura Club Inc. is a popular function amongst locals.

Mildura Club is finished in the rich hues of its original colour scheme; a resplendent setting with soaring stained glass domes and windows and two large marble fireplaces. A wooden dance floor is concealed under the carpet, and can be revealed for wedding dances and other celebratory occasions. The Grand Ballroom is a popular choice for cocktail parties, corporate events, romantic weddings and private receptions. 

The Mildura Club Inc. calls home one of Mildura’s original buildings  building is one of Mildura’s most recognisable, situated on the corner of Deakin Avenue and 9th Street next to the Cinema Deakin. The Mildura Club’s history follows the growth of Mildura and still to this day, upholds many of the guidelines established over a century ago. The Club’s building was erected in the 1920’s and is considered one of the city’s landmark buildings. The Club allows the building and facilities to be hired for occasions to the general public. The Club is the place for a cold drink on a hot Mildura day and on a cold night, a blazing hot fire, good company and conversation over a single malt whiskey.


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You can expect excellent customer service from a team of dedicated staff who are passionate about creating great food and fantastic surroundings in which to enjoy your next function or event.

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The establishment of the Mildura Club began at the end of the nineteenth century, within the same time of the Mildura Irrigation Colony.

The establishment of the Club occurred informally as a result of the “temperance movements” with prohibition of alcohol. The establishment was greatly influenced by the Chaffeys’ for the members to partake in alcohol.
Mildura Club Inc. established in 1894.
Lord Ranfurly was first president of the club, with W.B. Chaffey as vice president.
The Mildura Club began using the Mildura Coffee Palace (now the Grand Hotel) in the 1890s. The club used this until 1901, where the club relocated to the basement of the cultivator building in Deakin Avenue until moving to its current location.
The Mildura Club newly constructed building that is the building in use today. was officially opened on the 13th October 1920 by W.B.Chaffey who was also the Mayor of Mildura and Mildura Club President.
Passed the historic changes to its constitution to allow female members after more than a century of exclusion at its recent annual general meeting. While women have been allowed to attend the club as guests, membership had been confined to men.


Function Room and Venue Hire

The Mildura Club is the perfect venue for your next function.

Offering up its 100-year history, the Club’s historical value, can make your event to be one to remember. With a full licence Bar and a kitchen that is suitable for meeting your catering needs, The Mildura Club is the ideal venue for that special occasion.

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