Killarney Country Club formerly known as The Transvaal Automobile Club (TAC), was formed in 1903 to foster 'automobilism'. This was its primary function until 1930, when the duties of 'protecting, fostering and promoting motor interests' was passed to The Automobile Association of South Africa.
In 1911, the club moved to Cooke's Farm in Killarney and from then on developed its sporting and social facilities. In 1970, as a result of the requirements of the Johannesburg City Council for the North-South Expressway, the club moved to its present situation in Houghton where it has a lease until 2040.
Killarney Country Club is one of the most prestigious clubs in Johannesburg, strategically situated near the M1 Motorway, has ample parking, good security and offers many outstanding facilities.
Full catering facilities are available at The Club.
SpacesWhether you wish to entertain five or 500, Killarney Country Club is able to provide a choice of fully catered venues that are sure to meet your needs. They include: THE CRYSTAL ROOM The Crystal Room is warm and inviting with a classic feel of elegance. It is suitable for all occasions including receptions, launches, conferences and exhibitions with a pre-assembly area and patio, the perfect place to make a good impression.