Nederlandse gezelligheid in Melbourne | Victoria. We organise events and promotions for partner and affiliated Clubs in Victoria -- official home of DAHC.
60 Rosstown Road, Carnegie
Yes, approximately 50 meters walk from Carnegie Train Station (on Pakenham line). Walk out of the station, and continue underneath the train tracks -- you will walk directly into Rosstown Road.
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DCAT s a private club offering social and cultural events based on the Dutch cultural tradition for its members, sponsors and their guests. Since 1958, “Dutch Club Abel Tasman" (DCAT) is the place 'where Dutch people meet'. It's a friendly, welcoming, intimate place with a fully licensed bar, and a kitchen that serves excellent Dutch snack food. The bar is staffed by volunteers so prices are extremely affordable. It is both a social and professional Club -- led by the DCAT Board of Directors. Our objective is that DCAT is a link between the Dutch culture for people with a Dutch background or connection who live in Victoria and to acquaint others with that culture. We have a number of subgroups which cater for particular cultural interest. The Dutch Heritage Centre is a heritage museum with its own building located on our site. The Erasmus Foundation caters for the arts and science, e.g. it organises a Dutch Film Day every year at the ACMI cinemas and organises speakers. The Dutch Connection Australia organises events for younger people and families, such as the annual Sinterklaas event. We also organise weekly Dutch language class. The Club is located in a historic building also called the Carnegie Hall. General Information: Dutch Club Abel Tasman Contact person: Jan Bylstra Email: [email protected] Address: 60 Rosstown Street Carnegie Melbourne, VIC 3163