West Travel Club Round the World Dinner Returns in 2022


It’s not just the places we love. It’s the whole experience of being on the move, even close to home, however far away, getting a glimpse of the world, traveling with like-minded people and meeting new people.

And we bring it all to life in our Round the World Dinners…in food, words and music.

Our next will be on Thursday, March 3, as the whole travel experience comes alive in vibrant fashion.

Our partner in this dinner around the world is Imagine Holidays – who really open up the evening to all sorts of experiences, as they specialize in Australia and rest of the world travel, cruises, train and tours, and in circuits built around events.

Camera iconSteve Richter composes in his studio. The music is written and performed only at this event. Credit: Stephen Scourfield Western Australia


Chef Costa Simatos will prepare an exclusive menu, which will only be served that evening.

Travel editor Stephen Scourfield writes spoken word stories to fit food.

Musician Steve Richter composes music to be performed exclusively with the stories, before each lesson.

Each performance corresponds to its place in the evening. Between is just a taste. The main dish is the most consistent. The dessert is shorter and sweeter. (You get the picture.)

Welcome drinks, wine, beer, soft drinks and sparkling water, tea and coffee are all included, to lubricate the evening.

Everything comes together in one magical evening.

It will only happen once. We hope you will be there…

(And our events sell out fast.)


The Club Restaurant, University Club of Western Australia

Thursday March 3.

Arrival at 6:45 p.m. for the event from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Tickets: $120 for Gold members (limit of two discounted tickets).

Registered members and non-members: $150 per person, including food, beverages and entertainment.

We have COVID policies in place, detailed with event information at westtravelclub.com.au/event

It costs $49 to become a Gold member at westtravelclub.com.au. Gold members then save $60 on two tickets. They also receive a personally signed copy of Stephen Scourfield’s book Don’t Forget to Write (440 pages, $35 value).


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