Clubs @ Warrnambool
Aquatic Collective Warrnambool
Aquatic Collective Warrnambool (ACWa) creates a volunteering and employment network for all aquatic science students and creates a social atmosphere, bringing staff, undergraduates and postgraduates together.
For more information, contact : Sarah Murfitt
Members of this club come together to form a basketball team to compete at the Warrnambool Basketball Association.
For more information, contact : Jake Zipper
Make a Difference (MAD) Charity Club
The main aim is to enable students to travel overseas and to assist others in volunteer projects. The MAD club will help others globally and locally by raising funds to help others by providing assistance to those in hardship. All members should work together as a team to fundraise, building strong ties within the club, while also helping others financially.
For more information, contact : David Lodge
We are a group of Students on a Journey. Along the journey there are questions. We wonder if God is Knowable, if religion is relevant, if faith is possible. We don't have all the answers, and sometimes we don't even know where to begin with the questions.
Join us a Christian Union as we explore God, our world and our Lives. Our missino at Christian Union is to introduce people to a real relationship with Jesus Christ and to learn what it means to a life led by Him. Come Join Us.
For more information, contact : Megan Craig
Deakin Warrnambool Soccer Club
Passionate about the beautiful game? Just interested in seeing what the fuss is about? The world game continues to grow in stature in Australia and if you want to be part of the action the Dragons are the club for you!
Have fun, get fit and make connections with other students and the community all in a fun, friendly and inclusive environment.
For more information, contact : Michael Dendle
Deakin University Football and Netball Club (Sharks) & Sharks Players United
The Sharks have two football and three netball teams that compete in the Warrnambool and District Football League and offer an exciting and varied social scene that we guarantee you won't find elsewhere. With over 80 players and many supporters we provide an easy and effective means of developing contacts with people of similar interests and backgrounds.
The Sharks Players United is the DUSA affiliated Club.
Contact Lachlan : Lachlan Huland
Dive Club (DUUC)
Since its establishment in 1994, the DUUC has provided enjoyment for many its members, with regular interstate and local dive trips, not to mention the social functions. The DUUC aims to keep costs to a minimum to try to make diving an affordable sport. The club takes advantage of the magnificent rural coastal campus surroundings.
For more information, contact : Morgan Pumpa
We are a group of teaching students who have formed a club in 2012.The aims of our club include; social networking, exchanging educational resources (such as the ones we collect on rounds), sharing general tips, and providing a set of ears or when rounds and/or studies aren’t going as well as you’d hoped.
For more information, contact : Fiona Dick
Environment & Sustainability Club
We are a group of students who have formed the club in 2012.
The aims of the club include activities related to good environmental and sustainability practises, promote discussion and projects relating to Deakin Uni and raise environmental awareness, present occasional speakers and inform members and associates on related club issues in a social atmosphere where science is enjoyable.
For more information contact : Mike Herbert
The Finer Things
The Finer Things club creates a social and intellectual network of students interested in the finer things in life such as reading books in a book club style setting or watching movies in a social atmosphere for students, staff and members of the Deakin community together.
For more information contact : Siobhan Thompson
Based around the card game this club meets for regular competitions and social nights at the SUB.
For more information, contact Christopher Almond