Apex Clubs of Australia

Apex Clubs of Australia is a service club in Australia. One of its notable member is Donald Mackay, murdered Australian anti-drugs campaigner.[1] Apex organizes a range of activities such as public speaking and debating competitions, ute musters, B&S balls, etc.

Sculpture located in Johnstone Park, Geelong marking the formation of the association

Apex Clubs of Australia Brand

The first Apex Club was formed at Geelong in December 1930[2][3] by Ewan Laird, Langham Proud and John Buchan, in the middle of the Great Depression in Australia.[4] Until the early 1990s Apex only allowed male members, but the 2006 National Convention allow all members of both genders to their clubs.


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