Welcome to the Saint Andrew Society of Western Australia

There is an old saying that there are only two types of people in the world, Scots and people that want to be Scots! Which ever you are, we hope that after visiting these pages, you will be sufficiently stimulated that you will wish to come along and find out more about what we do.

While non-members are made as welcome as members, ultimately we hope you will want to join our society.

Ceud Mille Failte

(A Hundred Thousand Welcomes)

Western Australia’s premier Scottish Society since 1938

Details about the society

What we do

Most members will tell you that the main aim of the Perth (Western Australia) branch of the St Andrew Society is to have a good time in a distinctly Scottish way!

The Saltire Newsletter

The Saint Andrew Society newsletter, The Saltire, is a ‘must have’ for anyone who would like to know what is going on in the Society.

rectangle_scotlandCreated with Sketch.Society History

For 80 years, the St Andrew Society of Western Australia has been proudly helping to maintain Scottish culture in the state.

Upcoming Events

The Pan Pacific Hotel advise that from the 6th January 2022 all guests will have to show proof of double vaccine to be able to enter the hotel. Those exempt will have to show an exemption certificate signed by a medical doctor.

2022 Pre-Burns Supper Dance Practices

Dates have been set for our dance practice leading up to the 2022 Burns Supper.
Come along to the Irish Club in Subiaco, enjoy a night of reels and jigs in the theatre hall and have some social time with a drink at the bar.
There will be a $5 admission fee to cover the hire of the hall.
Everyone is welcome even if you have not danced for a while or even if you cannot dance at all

2022 St Andrew Society of WA – Annual General Meeting

2022 St Andrew Society of WA – Annual General Meeting
Date: 18 February 2022
Venue: The Irish Club, Subiaco
Come along to the 2022 AGM to support the St Andrew Society of WA.
This is an opportunity for us all to get together and have a ‘real time’ discussion about the society and the opportunities for going forward