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Catholic Club Information

Club Type: Community Club

Restrictions: Bonified/Public Visitors

Club Awards

* Finalist - Club NSW 2008 Chefs Table Awards

* Finalist ClubsNSW 2010 Chef's Table Awards

Quick Information

* Restaurants: Yes

* Function Facilities: Yes

* Gym: Yes

* Entertainment: Yes

* Kids club/child minding:Yes


- Attraction - Dining and Eating Out, Entertainment, Food and Wine, Landmarks and Buildings, Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries


"The King of Clubs" is a fantastic facility offering the best in entertainment, food, drink and service, to locals and visitors alike.

With a huge line up of entertainment all year round, the Campbelltown Catholic Club offers everything you need for a fun night out. Have a bite to eat in one of their great cafe's or the bistro, see one of the free live shows they have on every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, or just relax in one of the lounge areas and have a few drinks with some friends.

There is also a complete area designated for kids called Kid Zone; with kids' videos, soft play, climbing gear, a disco dance corner and much more!

Further onsite facilities include Rydges Hotel Campbelltown, The Cube Entertainment Centre, Aquafit Fitness Centre and Oceana Day Spa


The Catholic Club's long list of facilities include Tony's Restaurant, live entertainment, sports entertainment area, outdoor balcony, fitness club with heated pool, bottle shop and function facilities.


LOCATION - The Catholic Club is centrally located in Sydney's CBD, a short walk from Town Hall station.

DESCRIPTION - A friendly inner city club, popular with the after work crowd. An outstanding facility is the Castlereagh Aquatic and Fitness Centre, with its 17 metre lap pool and the latest cardio equipment.

FOOD AND BEVERAGE - "Tony's" prides itself on exceptional contemporary Australian cuisine, using only the freshest ingredients combined with an extensive wine list, exemplary service and an extremely competitive priced menu. The wine list offered includes a wide range of wines sourced from boutique and major wineries, each one selected to offset your meal and gel them together into a taste sensation. Bar 199 is one of Sydney's best kept secrets offering a central C.B.D. location. It's laid back, with a vibrant and contemporary design. 2008 brings with it the opening of the club's new and improved extended outdoor area with increased sunlight, space and the latest in entertainment and technology.

FUNCTION FACILITIES - Bar 199 is available for Birthdays, reunions, Christmas parties, wedding receptions, board meetings, training courses, seminars and more


* Licenced Restaurants * Outdoor Smoking Facilities * Fox/Sky channel/big screen * Cafe/coffee Shop * Disabled facilities

* Gym * Member Cash Draw * Bottle shop * Outdoor dining * ATM Facility or Eftpos

* Full Gaming Facilities * Function room/s


1964 - 1968


* Working bee at St John's School leads to the creation of a Catholic Club


* The first Board was formed and the first social gathering was held. Bill Meehan becomes member number 1 and foundation President


* A site for the clubhouse is purchased, off Narellan Rd


* The Club wins a legal battle against the pubs of Campbelltown and is granted a liquor license.


* Club house built and open for trading in December

1970 - 1978


* Licensing Court approval for first extensions was received

* First edition of "Superstar" issued


* AGM admits "social" members


* First "Search for a Star" Quest


* Establishment of outdoor recreation area with swimming pool, children's playground, bar and BBQ

* Membership is at 5,000

* Extensions to the Dining Room and new administrative block are completed

1981 - 1989


* Club membership cards were transferred to a computerised system


* Commencement of a $500,000 extension program for alterations and additions to the Foyer, Lounge, Collegians Room and administration area - completed by December


* Official registration of the name "King of Clubs" was made with the Corporate Affairs Commission


* The Club's BBQ and recreation area was closed and sold to make way for road extensions


* Total donations by the Club passed the $1million mark

* Membership exceeded 10,000


* Extensions to the Club commenced - transferring the Auditorium to the first floor and the creation of additional function rooms, conversion of the old Auditorium to the Bistro, extended bar facilities and new Collegians



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