Owing to restrictions on public gatherings related to the COVID-19 virus, it is expected that all local club meetings are suspended until further notice. Online alternatives may be in place. Please contact the organiser(s) before going to a meeting.
(South Australian Esperanto Club)
Meets: 1st Wednesday of each month (except Jan), 6pm
At: ‘The Box Factory’, Regent Street South, Adelaide
More info: See below
Postal address: 71 Hindmarsh Circuit, Mawson Lakes SA 5095
Contact: Indrani Beharry-Lall
Tel: (08) 8285 3128
Every Wednesday 8.30pm – 9.10pm (Adelaide time), via Zoom
For details, join Zumado per Zoom en Esperanto on Facebook.
We are an Esperanto association based in Adelaide. We hold regular club evenings, organise social events, produce a regular official newsletter and give free Esperanto language lessons to newcomers/beginners.
Yearly membership costs:
$25.00 Individual (concession)
$35.00 Family (concession)
$10.00 High School student
You will receive our monthly newsletter and will be kept informed about our various activities.
Regular club evenings
Currently held online (Wednesdays, 8:30–9:10pm). See our Facebook group page for more details.
First Wednesday of the month (except January), 6 – 8pm
At ‘The Box Factory’, 59 Regent Street South, Adelaide
During our regular club evenings, we welcome newcomers and beginners, and one member usually presents something or guides the group. We talk, laugh and learn. All are welcome.
For more information, please contact Bob Felby on (08) 8242 1460.
If you like learning in a classroom, with the guidance of a teacher, then you may be interested in checking out one of our several regular classes, available locally:
Contact: Trevor Steele (08) 8297 6125 or Sandor Horvath (08) 8297 6249
Thursday, 10.30am – 12pm
State Library, City
Contact: Trevor Steele (08) 8297 6125
Saturday, 10am (by appointment)
Contact: Max Wearing (08) 8359 3375
Tamen Plu was our official monthly newsletter. It’s currently lacking an editor, so please contact us if you’d like to take it over.
Sample issue (PDF, 1.1 MB)
Everyone is welcome to chat in our new Facebook group