Oaklands VIEW Club was formed in September 2016. It’s been an exciting ride as we have grown quickly, and in 4 years have approximately 100 members.
Are you new to the area, have more time for yourself, recently retired or looking to meet an enthusiastic and friendly group of women who enjoy discussing current issues, listening to thought provoking guest speakers, visiting places of interest and meeting informally to further social networks? Do you want to be involved with an organisation which raises funds to assist in the education of disadvantaged children? If so, come along and see if you would like to join.
We sponsor Learning for Life students and we look forward to hearing about the progress and development of our sponsored students.
Members get together for a monthly lunch meeting with a guest speaker, trading table and raffles.
Other opportunities to meet up are at a weekly walking group, Mah Jong group, monthly book club and monthly social coffee mornings.
There’s so much more if you want to be involved with excursions, exhibitions, movies and theatre.
There are opportunities to assist at after-school learning clubs once a week during term time (in the Southern, or Western suburbs). These opportunities have been limited during COVID times.
- Meeting Day on first Friday of the month
- 11 am for 11.30 am start.
- at The Junction, Anzac Highway, Morphettville, 5043, SA
Telephone: Secretary - Marianne on 0418 892 604; or
Keep up to date with what is happening around the clubs.
Soon to be formed Tonsley
This new VIEW Club is to be inaugurated on Thursday October 7th, 2021, with our National President Anne-Louise O’Connor and National Office Manager Mary-Anne Maher travelling to S.A. for the event.Read more...
2021 South Australian Gala
S.A. Gala, January 2021 Our twice postponed 2020 S.A. Gala was finally held last January, at Morphettville Racecourse, with a Cup Day theme.Read more...
Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley becomes VIEW’s very first Patron
VIEW Clubs of Australia (VIEW) is delighted to announce Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley as the organisation’s first ever Patron.Read more...