Historical information

This is the Constitution of the Warrnambool Boomerang Club. The Boomerang Club was a social club that was formed some time in 1934 and continued until at least 1956. By the late 1930s there were nearly 200 members who took part in activities that included dinners, balls, dances, Christmas parties and picnics. Profits from the Boomerang Club functions were donated to local charitable organizations.


This is a significant item as the Boomerang Club was an important social group in Warrnambool in the mid 20th century.

Physical description

This is a small booklet of four pages, two double-sided and two with printing on one side only. It has a red cover and contains printed material. It has an image of a boomerang on the front cover. The pages were originally stapled.

Inscriptions & markings

Front cover: ‘Constitution of the Warrnambool Boomerang Club, Collett and Munday, Printers, 254 Timor Street, Warrnambool’
The Boomerang image has the word ‘Club’ in the centre