The ANZA club is a non-profit social club. We have a hall available for rent and a members lounge which is comfortable and welcoming.
We pride ourselves on our friendly service and low costs. We are also happy to announce that we have just completed a full renovation of our rental hall.
Established in 1935
The ANZA club originated in 1935 and was incorporated in 1969.... more
Can't get to Whistler? Here's the fast track to Aussie accents (and Kiwis too). Bright yellow clubhouse is split into a hall with a history of white hot punk and indie rock gigs, screenings and burlesque, while downstairs is a casual brodeo of Southern Hemisphere expats & pals in a traditional sporty pub. Bluegrass Mondays and Open Mic Thursdays attract the up-and-comers to the basement, but... more
The line for the nearby craft brewery was too long so we buzzed in to try our luck here. The downstairs is like hanging out in your friend's parents' basement. It's chill and unpretentious, has no decor to speak of but the booths, couches and chairs are quite comfy and it's good for groups. You can play pool, darts, and old school arcade games and the best part is that they're all free. You may... more
THIS PLACE IS TERRIBLE.
I used to be a big fan of Anza until the disgusting bouncer ASSAULTED my female friend, and proceeded to be hostile and harass the rest of us (a group of four young women.)
DO NOT GO HERE.
DO NOT SUPPORT THIS ESTABLISHMENT.
The staff are comprised of gross, violent, sexist, RACIST, offensive pigs.
It's like a living room, but nobody knows each other. Dig it.
The Anza Club is a down-to-earth club that is favored by locals for the sheer range of musical extravaganzas it features the year round. You can attend any of the vibrant gigs or partake in any of the numerous themed events where you can groove to rock, funk or acid notes (Psych nights) and let your hair down during the DJ events. Bluegrass lovers will love the array of concerts, sessions,... more