Union, University & Schools Club

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Union, University & Schools Club
Mixed gender in the style of a traditional gentlemen's club
Predecessor The Union Club 1857
The University Club 1905
Millions Club (later renamed The Sydney Club) 1912
Schools Club 1927
Founded1857 (1857)
Headquarters25 Bent Street Sydney
(main club-house)
60 Phillip Street, Sydney
(health club), ,
Website UU&S Club

Coordinates: 33°51′54″S151°12′40″E / 33.865029°S 151.211089°E / -33.865029; 151.211089 Union, University & Schools Club is a private, social club founded in 1857. [1] and based in Sydney at 25 Bent Street. The Club was formed by a merger between the Union Club and the University & Schools Club in January 2007. [2] [3] Members must be nominated and seconded and the annual membership fee is only disclosed to potential members. [4] The Club has reciprocal relationships with other like minded clubs around the world, including the Melbourne Club, the Alexandra Club in Melbourne, the Turf Club, the Garrick Club and the Athenaeum Club, London, the Hong Kong Club, the Jonathan Club in Los Angeles and the Metropolitan Club and the Lotos Club in New York.

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