About Mildura Working Man's Club

The Mildura Working Man’s Club  has been a part of the Mildura community since 1894 and is a well respected and established Club in the Mildura city community and is committed to providing members and visitors with the very best facilities, services and an overall ‘entertainment experience’.

The venue of choice for people within the district that boasts state of the art technology combined with contemporary and modern surroundings.  Join us for a casual meal with family and friends or enjoy a great time out in the Sports bar which boasts one of the largest sports screens in regional Victoria.  Play a game of pool or visit the Super TAB with multiple race screens - it is THE place to lay a bet. Or maybe just relax in the lounge and enjoy the quiet ambience and a drink with friends.

The Mildura Working Man’s Club has something for everyone.  Your Club…Our Community

History

The history of the City of Mildura and the Mildura Working Man’s Club spans over 100 years and we can reflect on one of Australia’s amazing colonisation stories.  The history of our Club is one of the few in the world which runs parallel with its own town’s history. 

Once renowned for having the ‘World’s Longest Bar’ measuring 298 feet 7 ½ inches (approx. 91 metres) the Mildura Working Man’s Club is known far and wide.  Progress and modernisation of the Club’s facilities lead to the longest bar being removed in 1995 and in it’s place a more serviceable bar and modern d├ęcor have ensured the long term viability of this great community icon.

For a full history of the club, a PDF document is available for download.

Membership

The Mildura Working Man’s Club boasts around 12,500 members.   For a small annual fee, members have full use of Club facilities along with benefits of drink discounts, special ‘member only’ promotions, weekly membership draws and birthday rewards.  The first year of membership costs $16.50 with an annual fee of only $11, or for those aged 65+, membership is only $5.50.  Membership also includes the benefits of the Rewards Club

Kids Club membership is available for those aged up to 12 years.  At a cost of only $4 per year kids can enjoy a number of exclusive member events which are either free or provided at minimal cost, including cinema days, dance parties and of course a free birthday meal.

Plus...Membership for those that have just turned 18 is FREE! You still need to complete a membership application, but will enjoy your first year of membership at no charge  

* To be entitled to the 'Free' membership option, applicants must be aged 18 years of age at the time of joining - application must be submitted prior to turning 19

Click here to download Mildura Workers Application Form

Membership-Application

KIDS-CLUB-membership-application.pdf

Rewards Club

An new added bonus for members of the Working Man's Club is exclusive FREE membership of the Rewards Club.   Rewards Club membership gives members great discounts and exclusive offers at many local businesses and on-line services and is as easy as showing your card.  

Discounts and offers range from 10% up to 20% off  products and services, 'Buy one get one Free' bonuses and many other great offers that are exclusive to members of the Mildura Working Man's Club.  From tyres to jewellery, restaurants to electrical goods and everything in between - there's sure to be a saving for everyone.

Just show your card at participating businesses to reap the rewards!

For details of all participating businesses, pick up a VIP Directory from Club reception or click here to download a PDF version.

Visitor Information

Visitation
Visitors residing outside a 10 kilometre radius of the Club are most welcome to sign in as guests at reception and enjoy the facilities we have to offer. 

Visitors must be aged 18 years.  Minors must be in the company of a parent or guardian.   Minors are permitted entry to the bistro only and must be fully supervised at all times.  Minors must not enter the gaming area at any time.  Minors are permitted to pass through the Sports Bar for bistro entry, but must not remain in the bar for any period of time.

Dress Code
The Mildura Working Man’s Club is a relaxed venue with a dress code that is easy to follow. 
To maintain a high standard, the following dress rules are to be abided by.  The following is not considered appropriate:
  • Brief shorts
  • Bare feet
  • Untidy, torn or frayed clothing
  • Caps/Beanies/Bandanas
  • Men’s singlets or sleeveless shirts
  • Swimwear
  • Torn or dirty footwear
  • Overalls/soiled workwear
  • Offensive printed t-shirts
Management’s decision shall be final in all matters relating to dress code, behaviour and minors.

Community

The Mildura Working Man’s Club supports many local sporting clubs and community organisations on an annual basis by way of Sponsorships, Community Grants and donations of goods and services.

 

Sponsorship Grants:
 

Sponsorships and Community Grants for 2015/2016 were proudly offered to the following sporting clubs and community groups:
The Mildura Working Man's Club is proud to have assisted with donations and 'in kind' support to many varied organisations across the region.  Receipients include local schools, sporting clubs, community interest groups, Rotary, cancer support services, and local welfare groups.
 



Member Notifications

Information for members and visitors of the Mildura Working Man's Club

Board Of Directors Elections

(3 positions vacant / 5 member nominations)

Nominations in ballot paper order -
  • Wallace Robson
  • Wayne Williams
  • Antonio Alessi
  • Daniel Cawood
  • Christopher Hobart

Voting closed 6.30pm Saturday October 1, 2016

Members elected to 3 positions -
  • Christopher Hobart
  • Daniel Cawood
  • Antonio Alessi







 



Functions & Conferences

When choosing the Mildura Working Man’s Club for your special occasion, you will receive first class service combined with the personal attention you deserve.

From a small intimate gathering, to a wedding reception seating 160 guests, our staff and management are committed to fulfilling your needs to make your occasion unique and memorable.  

Conference facilities are available for small groups to larger corporate requirements.  Full audio visual equipment is available and catering can be customised to suit your individual needs.

To arrange an inspection of our facilities or discuss your next function, call our Functions Manager Sam Walker on (03) 5023 0531 or mobile 0407230531 or email functions@milduraworkers.com.au 

You can view our packages below.

Function-Package-042017

Wedding-Package-2017.pdf


Social & Sport

The Mildura Working Man’s Club has in-house sporting bodies and social clubs which always welcome new members – ‘come and try’ some time soon!

Key contacts:

Mens Travelling Lawn Bowls
Mr Wal Robson – Secretary
(03) 5023 4311

Ladies Indoor Bowls
(Contact Club reception for further details)


* The Mildura Workers Bowls Club now operates independently of this club.  For enquiries relating to lawn bowls, we recommend contacting the Workers Bowls Club on (03) 5023 3314 or email workersbowls@ncable.com.au

Employment

Want to work at the Mildura Working Man’s Club?

Simply download our Employment Application Form and return it to us by email or mail along with a current resume and covering letter.