The Club's headquarters are at the Club House on North Terrace in the city-centre. The Club House was built in the same year as the club's establishment, and has been continually occupied since 1864. Facilities include a library, mixed accommodation for members and reciprocal club members, dining rooms, billiards room, function rooms and office facilities.
The equivalent elite club for women, the Queen Adelaide Club, is located a short distance to the east along North Terrace.
- The Adelaide Club - Official Page
- Radio National: The National Interest: 5 March 2006
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