Workers Blacktown Club

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Description

By any measure, the story of Blacktown Workers Club is a proud record of achievement. Its continuing success is a result of its strong relationship to its members and the community from which it has grown and its relevance and value as a recreational, sporting, entertainment and social icon in Sydney’s burgeoning west.

From very humble beginnings to one of the largest...

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By any measure, the story of Blacktown Workers Club is a proud record of achievement. Its continuing success is a result of its strong relationship to its members and the community from which it has grown and its relevance and value as a recreational, sporting, entertainment and social icon in Sydney’s burgeoning west.

From very humble beginnings to one of the largest and most successful venues in Sydney, the Blacktown Workers Club possesses a strong philosophy on stability and progress and prides itself on maintaining a true sense of community.

Featuring five floors of sporting and health facilities, four restaurants, multiple function rooms, a showroom, a great selection of sub and sporting clubs and a host of other facilities for its members, the Blacktown Workers Club is the entertainment and leisure capital of Western Sydney.

The Blacktown branch of the Labor Party convened a meeting at the Blacktown School Of Arts on January 23, 1955 at 8pm to discuss the formation of a club, using the very successful Mildura Workers Club as an example. Twenty six interested people attended the meeting chaired by Don Crellin, who outlined the aims and functions of the proposed club and suggested it be run on a non-political and non-sectarian basis.

During the discussions it was mooted that the club be called the Blacktown Workingman's Club but this was knocked back after it was pointed out that, if registered, it would automatically debar women from becoming members.

Facilities

Internet Access .glyphicons-globe
Outside Catering Allowed .glyphicons-plate-of-food
Restaurant On Site .glyphicons-dining-set
Wheelchair Access .glyphicons-person-wheelchair

Event Rooms

Diamond Auditorium

Min 10 people, Max 870 people

Ballroom

Min 10 people, Max 220 people

Jack Robinson Room

Min 10 people, Max 100 people

Marana Room

Min 10 people, Max 110 people

Max MacKenzie Room

Min 10 people, Max 100 people

Wattle/Waratah Room

Min 10 people, Max 120 people