If you love to read books and discuss what you’ve read with others, joining a book club will enable you to do both of these things. Below we’ve featured 10 top book clubs in Sydney.
Gay Ladies’ First Sunday Book Club is a book club situated in Sydney, Australia. The book club has been active for over four years, meeting monthly on Sunday mornings. Gay Ladies’ First Sunday Book Club welcomes all gay women in the area to join them for a discussion about books and a conversation about life.
The books that Gay Ladies’ First Sunday Book Club has gone over in the past include “Honeybee” by Craig Silvey and “Devotion” by Hannah Kent. Gay Ladies’ First Sunday Book Club also puts together book club meetings that welcome members to bring in any books of their choice and meetings to appreciate poetry.
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Based in Sydney, Australia, The Inner West Book Club Meetup is a book club managed by group organizer Christine Williams. Book club meetings are usually held online on Zoom on Friday evenings. The books chosen for this book club range include both fiction and non-fiction and will be announced in advance to allow members to read the booth before The Inner West Book Club Meetup’s monthly book club meetings.
Check out some of the past books that The Inner West Book Club Meetup has talked about in past book club meetings, such as “Darkness at Noon” by Arthur Koestler and “The Good People” by Hannah Kent.” Book club meetings cost $10 to join per meeting, which helps pay for Meetup.com’s maintenance rate.
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Surry Hills Sci-Fi & Fantasy Book Club is a book club open to readers who enjoy science fiction and fantasy novels and are living in and around Sydney, Australia. Group organizer Advait is an avid reader and is eager to help group members with whatever questions they might have about joining book club meetings.
The times and locations of the in-person book club meetings may vary, but the information is always updated ahead of time on Surry Hills Sci-Fi & Fantasy Book Club’s Meetup.com website. The book club has gone through books like “Jade City” by Fonda Lee and “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” by Douglas Adams in the past before.
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Situated in Sydney, Australia, Glebe and Inner West Book Club is a book club welcoming all to join their book club meetings. The book club is led by organizers Njal Hayden and Tasneem, who are available to answer any questions you might have. The book club usually meets monthly in person at a restaurant or cafe in the area for book discussions and other conversations.
“The Testaments” by Margaret Atwood and “Devotion” by Hannah Kent are a few examples of books that Glebe and Inner West Book Club are interested in reading and discussing. Dates and locations are updated on Meetup.com. Participants can look forward to making new relationships with welcoming book club members.
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Fans of Jane Austen books will want to check out Jane Austen Book Club Adventures, a very activity-oriented book club in Sydney, Australia, dedicated to the appreciation of novels by the famous author. New and interested participants can contact group organizer Sharon for more information. There is a $10 book club meetup fee for joiners.
In addition to reading books by Jane Austen together, Jane Austen Book Club Adventures welcomes all members to the various group activities planned together, such as lunches and brunches, taking walks in various famous locations such as Hyde Park Barracks and Surry Hills, as well as activities such as painting workshops.
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Located in Sydney, Australia, Product Book Club is a book club that meets every couple of months to speak about a selected product management book. Despite the genuine passion of members to improve their pedigree and the non-fiction, serious nature of the reading material, book club members can look forward to connecting with a group of readers at Product Book Club who are generally light-hearted and welcoming.
“Escaping the Build Trap” by Melissa Perri and “Everybody Lies” by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz is a number of books that Product Book Club has gone over in the past. Future book selections are voted upon by book club members. Book meetings are held online, and there are occasional guest speakers who add to the educational value of each book club meeting.
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Positive Psychology Book Club is a book club in Sydney, Australia, Today, Positive Psychology Book Club has over 1,500 book club members who meet up to speak about psychology, positivity and self-improvement books. Group organizer Peter helps organize the group, which currently has over 1,500 members.
For an idea of some of the books that Positive Psychology Book Club focuses on, look at “The Gift: 12 Lessons to Save Your Life” by Edith Eger and “The Psychology of Money” by Morgan Housel. Book club meetings happen every six weeks and take place online.
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Serving the community of Sydney, Australia, Eastern Suburbs Book Club of Wonder is a book club that is proud of the diverse range of fiction and non-fiction books covered in their book club discussions. Co-organizers Tasha and Catherine can help with any potential participant’s questions.
“Before the Coffee Gets Cold” by Toshikazu Kawaguchi and “The Promise” by Damon Galgut are a number of examples that hopefully give an idea of the kinds of books that Eastern Suburbs Book Club of Wonder reads. Book club meetings happen roughly once a month and may be held online or in person at different locations around Sydney.
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The Sydders Ladies Book Lovers Appreciation Society is a book club that welcomes women in Sydney, Australia, who love to read and would like to meet other ladies in a casual setting to appreciate books and make friendships. Group organizer Elizabeth, or Lizzie, is around to handle any questions or concerns that new or interested members might have.
The Sydders Ladies Book Lovers Appreciation Society book club meetings happen once a month and are usually held in person. The books that the group reads include “The Great Alone” by Kristin Hannah and “The Wives” by Tarryn Fisher, among other great novels. Book club meetings may be held in person or online, and the information will be updated on The Sydders Ladies Book Lovers Appreciation Society’s Meetup.com website.
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Sydney, Australia is home to Sydney Central Book Corner, a book club hosted by organizer Louise Lor and her team of co-organizers. Since 2006, they have been meeting up with book club members in person in and around the city of Sydney and participating in the occasional non-book club activity such as brunches and dinners. The book club reads fiction and non-fiction books, and book selections are voted upon by book club members.
Some of Sydney Central Book Corner’s previous reads include “City of Girls” by Elizabeth Gilbert and “The Binding” by Bridget Collins. Many of the book club members are in their 30s to 50s and are very open-minded, friendly individuals who love to connect with others and are simply looking to enjoy a conversation about books and reading.
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