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The National Press Club of Australia is proud to partner with organisations that align with our brand and values. Organisations may be involved at varying levels and we tailor options to ensure relevance and ongoing value for our partners.
A Corporate Partnership with us is about so much more than just signage and “bragging rights”. We look at our partnerships as being a crucial component of the marketing mix and as a tool to ultimately increase access to the media and political spheres for our partners. Our aim is to complement the policy and advocacy work or our partners.
For people who shape Australian society, the National Press Club is Australia’s most recognised vehicle, an icon chosen for major statements and for initiating change.
Whether the issue of the day is political, economic, corporate, diplomatic, military or societal, the National Press Club plays a significant role in Australian Society. Companies that share this stage and image have distinct advantages over their competitors.
The National Press Club is an icon institution that reaches the influencers and decision makers of Australia; be they Federal or State Parliamentarians, political advisors, Government Heads of Departments, diplomatic community, academia, legal and other professions, journalists including the Federal Parliamentary Press Gallery or just thinking Australians many of whom are leaders in their own communities.
The National Press Club is Australia’s best known institution for informed discussion and debate for over 40 years.
The first person ever to address the National Press Club was Chief Justice Sir Garfield Barwick in 1966. Since then the club has hosted Addresses from a vast array of visiting international figures, Heads of State, Religious leaders, innovators and of course our political leaders including every Prime Minster/Opposition leader every year over the past 40 years.
Becoming a corporate member of the National Press Club allows organisations to gain a privileged position with the Fourth Estate and influence in the Nation’s Capital.
The National Press Club of Australia is also a great social spot, where you can mix with people of similar sensibilities. In Canberra, the National Press Club is recognised as the thinking person’s social venue.
With membership comes the unique opportunity to build strategic relationships, entertain valuable clients and reward your team members with our National Australia Bank Addresses, The Column restaurant and balcony and Club Lounge which are ideal for networking or relaxing.
We invite you to enjoy the privileges of corporate membership and join other key Australian organisations such as: National Australia Bank, Telstra, IBM, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Medicines Australia, Engineers Australia, Casella Wines, Universities Australia, Visa, Qantas and more!
To inquire about corporate membership, please contact our Marketing Manager - Marietta Rudolf.