Corporate Club Australia members receive invitations to experience a series of inspirational and thought-provoking events held in iconic venues and featuring superb cuisine and unique networking opportunities.
Networking Breakfast #1
26 September 2017
We kicked off the 2017/18 events calendar by welcoming actor, writer and comedian Shane Jacobson as guest speaker at the September Networking Breakfast.
06 December 2017
Corporate Club Australia proudly hosted a cocktail party in the picturesque grounds of Government House. Our members were once again thrilled to be invited to enjoy this historic and spectacular venue.
Australia Day Lunch
19 January 2018
For 34 years the Australia Day Lunch has set the standard on how corporate Australia expresses its national pride. Held in the week leading up to Australia Day, this event is a major highlight on Sydney's calendar and one not to be missed.
Australia Day Address
23 January 2018
Since 1997 the Address has drawn on distinguished members from within the community to express their unique perspective on our nation’s identity and the diversity of our society. The 2018 Australia Day Address was delivered by Eddie Woo.
26 January 2018
There is nothing quiet like the spectacle and excitement of our famous harbour on Australia Day. Our members and their guests enjoy front row seats to all the action on board the Sydney Glass Island.
Australia Day Reception
26 January 2018
The Chairman of the Australia Day Council of NSW, Mr Angelos Frangopoulos hosted over 400 guests in the southern foyer of the Sydney Opera House at the 2018 Australia Day Reception.
Corporate Golf Day
20 March 2018
Each year NSW Golf Club, the course currently ranked No.9 outside the United States, hosts this event. The format for the day is a stableford competition, so players experience a full round at one of the best courses in the country.
Networking Breakfast #2
09 May 2018
The May Networking Breakfast was a masterclass led by Quantum Physics Professor Michelle Simmons (2018 Australian of the Year) and Maths Teacher Eddie Woo (2018 Australia’s Local Hero) - with super nerd Adam Spencer at the helm.
08 June 2018
The 2018 Business Lunch saw acclaimed political journalist Leigh Sales take to the stage to interview NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, discussing where NSW is today and what its future holds.