The Swinburne ALP (Labor) Club offers students a range of formal and informal events including guest speakers, tours, student campaigns and social activities. The ALP club is the club for anyone interested in the ALP, trade unions, or social campaigns.
Swinburne Bhakti Yoga Club aims to help students understand ancient eastern wisdom of maintaining a perfect life in today’s chaotic urban world. Our session involves weekly free vegetarian food, relaxing music (called Kirtan) and wisdom talks.
Swinburne Buddhist Association's primary objective is to support the Students to have a well-balanced life by Understanding & practicing the Teachings of Buddha. We welcome All Buddhists & non-Buddhists students, interested in the teachings of Buddhism.
This is a club founded by Cambodian and to create a cultural exchanges events and activities for other local and international students to participate for better mutual understanding and tighten our friendships among different nations.
If you're interested in playing chess, Swinburne Chess Club is for you. Whether you're a novice or an expert, feel free to come along to our weekly meetups and mingle with like-minded people. We also hold monthly tournaments!
The Swinburne CU is a group of uni students who want to know God deeply. For these reasons, we get together to study the Bible in small groups, to hear Bible talks, to discuss books, to pray and to just hang out.
The Swinburne Design Collective brings together students from all creative disciplines. Our 3 focus areas are: Creating fun social events; Skills development workshops and providing fundamental design skills; and connecting our members with industry.
Swinburne Drone Squad allows students to gain experience in drone design, construction and testing. Through acquiring hands on practical skills, student engaged with the club can grow meaningful and applicable skills to bring into their future careers.