It’s Open Day at Croquet SA! Help us celebrate our Centenary and try some croquet at our state headquarters on Hutt Road Adelaide (corner Glen Osmond Rd). Equipment and help to play provided. Prizes for best period costume so don your top hat and come on down. Flat enclosed shoes needed to play.
The South Australian Croquet Association was formally opened on May 1st 1918 by the Lord Mayor of Adelaide Mr. C.R.J. Glover in the south parklands. The original clubhouse was only a few hundred metres from our current location at the corner of Hutt Road and Glen Osmond Road Adelaide. Today there are around 1000 members and 35 clubs in SA. Croquet has become a sought-after tactical sport that can be played by all ages. So come and have a go!
Free croquet 10am – 4pm. Prizes for the best period costume. Morning and afternoon tea, lunch and refreshments available.
PLEASE NOTE: There are no EFTPOS or ATM facilities at the club, cash only.
Please complete the form below to book for this Open Day.