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Swiss Club of South Australia
In 1966 a few Swiss in Adelaide came together to found the Swiss Club of South Australia, with the aim to preserve and promote the Swiss heritage and friendship, as well encourage the goodwill between the members. The club organises many events throughout the year like a big Fondue Night and the National Day celebration.
Swiss Yodel and Folklore Group ‘Baerg-Roeseli’
Founded as a non-profit organisation to perform at World Expo’88 in Brisbane, our goal is acquainting and promoting the customs and music of Switzerland while keeping traditions alive. Our performances alternate Folk Music with Songs, Yodelling and Yutzes.
Swiss Society of Victoria
The Swiss Society of Victoria (SSV) was founded in 1879 to assist fellow Swiss arriving in the new country and to provide help to those experiencing hardship or financial strain. We are a non-for-profit organisation that is entirely run by volunteers and funded through membership fees, bequests, gifts and proceeds from investing its corpus – which enables us to help those who are in need.
Swiss Yodel Choir Matterhorn
The Swiss Yodel Matterhorn Choir was founded in 1969 by a few enthusiastic Swiss emigrants in Melbourne who were missing their folkloric traditions from Switzerland. The Choir aims to keep these traditions alive among the Swiss expatriates and bring them closer to a broader Australian audiences. Over the years the group has organised and taken part in many events for the Swiss community in Victoria and elsewhere.
Swiss Club of New South Wales
The Swiss Club of NSW was founded in 1924 and promotes social activities and friendships within the Swiss community of NSW. We encourage friendly interaction with other clubs, Australians and affiliates to provide an interesting and enriched cultural experience for our members and wider Swiss community. We aim to keep Swiss traditions and culture alive in Australia and perhaps create a few of our own along the way.
Le Cercle Romand
The Cercle Romand was founded in 1977 to foster friendship among the Swiss-French in Greater Sydney. Today more than 150 people are members of the club. They come from Switzerland or other French speaking countries, and are from all walks of life.The objective of the Cercle Romand is to establish and maintain contact amongst Swiss-French and keep the French language alive.
Swiss Folkdance Group Alpegruess
The aim of the Swiss Folksdance Group Alpegruess is to share the Swiss culture of folk dancing and bring enthusiasts of folkdance together to enjoy each other’s company. The group performs a few times a year for the enjoyment of the Swiss community and at relevant European festivals.