The Wellington Club is New Zealand's oldest private Club. Founded in December 1841, it now owns an elegant seven-storey building on the same Terrace site as the previous two Clubhouses. The present building was opened in February 1990 by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, who is an Honorary Member of the Club.
Membership is vibrant and currently sits at some 1,270 members. The Club’s members are from a wide variety of professions reflecting New Zealand's diverse community and interests. The Club admits both men and women.
While tradition still plays an important part in daily club life, the Wellington Club offers - besides its formal floor on level 5 - attractive, modern and contemporary premises on the 4th and 6th floors. Contributing to this is an outside balcony on the 6th floor overlooking parts of the City and The Terrace - Wellington's main commercial artery.
Membership at the Club is by invitation only.
The Club is located within the central business district, close proximity to many boutique shops and Wellingtons world famous cafe and restaurant scene.
The Club offers restaurant and dining facilities, car parking, accommodation, a reading room, business centre, health and fitness centre, billiard and snooker room and a squash court.
The Club offers ten modern, en-suite bedrooms available to Members and their guests.
Guests enjoy the use of all Club facilities including the health & fitness centre and Wi-Fi.
Carparking available on request.
Members of reciprocal Clubs are also able to book our rooms.
The Club has a busy calendar of social events for Members throughout the year. These include lecture and speaker series evenings, movie nights, formal & informal dinners, cocktail receptions, Christmas celebrations, wine, beer and whisky appreciation events among others. The Club is also available for Members to use for private events such as weddings, special celebrations and conferencing.
The Club is available for Members and their guests as well as members from other reciprocal Clubs.