The club is closed and all sporting activities are cancelled until further notice.
The Clubhouse contains a fully functional modern kitchen, dining area, bar, meeting room, large covered events area and spacious change rooms. We encourage you to make an enquiry about hiring any of the above–it’s an ideal setting for your Down South meeting, wedding, convention, social gathering or sporting activity.
We also have several rooms that can be hired for your event: The main function room (up to 225 people), the Sportsman’s Bar (up to 50 people) and the Outside Patio area (up to 60 people). The total capacity available is 381 persons.
The Dunsborough and Districts Country Club offers members and visitors a wide selection of sports to participate in. Our sporting facilities include:
- Two top-quality synthetic bowling greens
- Two top-quality croquet courts (1 Association size)
- An 18-hole golf course (sand greens) with views unequaled in WA
- Six tennis courts with lights for evening tennis
- Mountain bike trails around the golf course perimeter
The members of each sport welcome visitors to participate in social events, as well as encourage club members to try the other sports.
The Dunsborough and Districts Country Club is located in beautiful Dunsborough, Western Australia.
Dunsborough is an ideal location for a holiday–perfectly positioned at the northern end of the stunning Margaret River Wine Region, 30 km to the west of the picturesque city of Busselton, and directly on the shores of the peaceful azure waters of Geographe Bay.
The Dunsborough and Districts Country Club is an inclusive meeting place for the local active community. Visitors are also most welcome
To be a destination in Dunsborough for tourists and locals alike.
Greg Banfield (President)
Wayne Coyle (Vice-President)
Tom Meighan (Treasurer)
David Collins (Secretary)
Wayne Coyle (Acting Manager)
Nicky Roberts (Membership Officer)
Helen Herbage (Accountant)
The DCC was opened on the 29th December 1973. Since September 1982 it has had and operated a club licence. In 2018 it changed it’s liquor licence from a club to a tavern licence.