Welcome to the Southern Cross Club
The Southern Cross Club is a social club for Aussies and Kiwis living in Denmark.
Our goal is to provide our members with a much needed network whilst living so far away from home. We organise random get-togethers and annual events that bring us together as a community and help keep people informed about the news from Denmark and Downunder.
You can also find us on Facebook
We are currently not charging a subscription fee for becoming a member, so now's the time to jump in and become a member. Use the link below, send us an email request and we'll sort the rest out for you. Yes, it's that easy!
We would really like all members to get involved in the club and make it into something that is thoroughly enjoyable for young and old. Please feel free to contact us with ideas and events that you think might be relevant for the members.
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A 3 part English documentary on the Rainbow Warrior can be streamed on DR2 at the moment. It includes interviews with a couple of the Frenchmen involved.
Pre Christmas Pub Evening, Bartof Cafe, Friday 8 December 6.30 pm
We're afraid there'll be no Christmas Party this year, but we will be meeting for a pre-Christmas pub evening. And if our treasurer comes the first drink for members may even be on the club.
The venue: Bartof Café, Nordre Fasanvej 46, Frederiksberg. It's just a few minutes walk from Fasanvej Metro Station.
I have tried to invite Santa along. As there's no email on North Pole I've written via Post Danmark. As all us Kiwis and Aussies know, Santa lives at North Pole. But Post Danmark keeps sending my letters to Greenland, so he doesn't receive them!
We hope to see as many of you as possible. Bring a bit of Christmas cheer. Make new friends and see old friends.
Bartof has a great choice of beers, not to mentions whiskey and such things. You can even get a bite to eat.
Looking forward to seeing you all!
On Saturday, October 14, 2023 Australia is having a referendum, called The Voice.
A Proposed Law: to alter the Constitution to recognise the First Peoples of Australia by establishing an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice. Do you approve this proposed alteration?
You can vote in-person at the Embassy in Copenhagen, weekdays until Friday 13. October between 10am and 4pm
The embassy is at:
Dampfaergevej 26, 2nd floor 2100 Copenhagen Ø.
For more information about The Voice, and how to vote, see:
Aus Embassy in Denmark: https://denmark.embassy.gov.au/
The Voice: https://www.aec.gov.au/referendums/
The Voice on ABC: https://www.abc.net.au/news/voice-to-parliament-referendum
Day Tramp in Sweden
On 28 September I'm arranging a tramp (about 10 to 12 km) in a coastal area Sweden for Vandrefuglene. At the moment we have a few spare places. Details are found in Danish at vandrefuglene.dk in the calender. You need to book and pay transport beforehand, and on 19 September at the latest. Transport costs DKK 250. If you want to go by car we start and finish at different places so you'll need to find your own way back to your car. Contact Simon 20 94 98 five2.
Pot Luck Dinner
Pot Luck Dinner
You are all invited to a Pot Luck Dinner at Eleanor Bomholt's place on Saturday Sept. 9th. at 6pm.
Please bring along both food to share and beverages - beer/wine/soft drinks etc. Then we will put all the food out to share. And we may want to share some beverage too.
After dinner, Eleanor will serve coffee for us all.
Address: Bagsværdvej 133E, 2 th.,2800 Kgs. Lyngby.
How to find it: No 133 is down a long driveway, just opposite the Q8 tank at Bagsværdvej. No 133E is in the first block.
There is plenty of free parking space.
If you come by public transport: Take bus 40E or 400S from either Lyngby St. or Bagsværd St. and get off at Aldershvilevej.
Please email the committee in advance on email@example.com
and let us know how many people are coming, and also what sort of food you plan to bring.
On behalf of the committee