Polish Club Sikorski
Polish Club General W. Sikorski WA Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation working for the community. It is one of the major ethnic clubs in Western Australia. It was established in 1966 to serve Polish and Australian communities. It is a cultural hub, community centre, meeting place. It bridges the cultural differences, teaches tolerance and harmony, it helps in the integration process. One of the major prerogatives is propagating Polish customs and traditions, culture and achievements, foster, maintain and promote Polish cultural, social and educational activities and thus contribute to development of Australian culture. The Club is run by the Management Committee who are all volunteers.
More information about the Club you’ll find on our website www.polishclubsikorski.com
Polish SChool WA Inc
The Polish Cracovia Club was formed in the 1950's to promote the national and cultural aspects of Polish immigrants life in Perth, Western Australia. From humble beginnings in Mount Lawley, the club has grown, and is now located at 375 Marshall Road Bennett Springs.
Soccer has always been a backbone of Cracovia Club and the Club is proud to facilitate several adult and junior teams using the two full size playing fields on its grounds. The Club has a non-political. non-sectarian policy, and welcomes people of all nationalities to enjoy its facilities as members or guests of members.
The Club operates a restaurant 'Krakowianka' (or Cracow's Girl) famous for its range of delicious traditional Polish culinary delights, and fully licensed bar serving imported Polish and local beers and spirits.
Kolonia Perth is an association that organises and manages youth camps for children aged 7-17, focused on building confidence and providing opportunities to develop a range of skills through team-building games celebrating every young person as a brilliantly unique individual with their own developmental pathway, goals and aspirations.
It is achieved by providing a fun and safe environment for young people over the school holidays while promoting social development and independence through adventure-based activities; and exposing the Polish youth to Polish culture, language and heritage by promoting communication and social interaction between young members of the Polish community.