Events Around the Club


Friday 5 September - First Friday Jazz Club - FULLY BOOKED

Thursday 11 & Friday 12 September - National Huntington's Conference "Embracing Opportunities"

Wednesday 24 September - Breakfast by the Bay - Raising Funds in a Volatile Environment

First Friday Jazz Club
Date: Friday 5 September
Time: 7pm - late
Venue: Club Restaurant
Price: $59.50

Price includes a glass of sparkling on arrival, three-course set menu and an evening of live jazz by The Cathrine Summers Trio.

Join us in the Club Restaurant on the first Friday of every month for an evening of fine food and live jazz by one of Perth’s most popular outfits, the Cathrine Summers Trio.

Winning audiences with her undeniable on-stage charisma, melodic versatility and playful banter, Cathrine Summers’ reputation as a jazz and soul performer of choice continues to grow. Cathrine’s sultry, husky and inviting Alicia Keys-meets-Amy Winehouse voice full of timbre and soul has earned her regular spots at many well-known venues.

This event is Fully Booked. Please phone Club Reception on 6488 8770 to be placed on the waitlist.

National Huntington's Conference "Embracing Opportunities"
Date: 11th and 12th of September 2014
Venue: The University Club
Huntington's WA is excited to announce that the National Huntington's Conference "Embracing Opportunities" is being held at The University Club of Western Australia on the 11th and 12th of September 2014. Professor Richard Faull, Director of the Centre for Brain Research at the University of Auckland School of Medical Science and Director of the Neurological Foundation Human Brain Bank, will be joined by other keynote speakers in the field of neurological conditions, genetics and research, in a conference that has relevance for professionals, community members and students.

The Conference is the highlight of Huntington's WA celebration of 40 years' service to the Western Australian community. From small beginnings in 1974 a group of HD family members formed the Australian Huntington's Disease Association at a time when very little was known about Huntington's disease. The National Conference will be an opportunity to acknowledge the foundations they laid, the development of Huntington's WA, the service it now provides and the on-going research that is taking place around the world.

This is an exceptional opportunity to learn about recent advances in Huntington's disease research as well as other important presentations around youth services and living with Huntington's disease.

Full details of the program and conference registration are available at:

Download the event flier here

This event is proudly supported by the University Club as part of 'The Club Gives Back' campaign. For more information on 'The Club Gives Back' please click here.

Breakfast by the Bay: Raising Funds in a Volatile Environment
Date: Wednesday 24 September
Time: 7.00am - 9.00am
Venue: Banquet Hall
Price: Members $49 / Guests $59 / Table of 10 $550

Price includes a two-course sit-down breakfast and a panel discussion.  

Today, resources companies are operating in a time of unprecedented volatility – in both commodity prices and currencies. So how can companies navigate the new challenges involved in sourcing efficient funding for new resources development projects?

As market conditions change, new ideas and innovations are needed.

This panel discussion will review attitudes of the traditional equity and project finance markets, outline how companies are reacting to these challenges and evaluate some of the new pools of alternative financing options available.

Questions will be addressed by a discussion panel with special guests:

  • Dr Mark Bennett – CEO of Sirius Resources
  • Mr Andrew Thorburn - CEO, National Australia Bank
  • Mr David Paradice – Founder and Portfolio Manager of Paradice Investment Management
  • Mr Guy Fowler – Chairman of UBS Investment Bank – Australia
  • Tim Day – Executive Director and Head of UBS Perth Office (Moderator)

Download the event flier here

Book your place today!

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