The renovated facilities of Campbelltown Bowling Club have been unveiled to delighted members, coinciding with the club’s centennial celebrations.
The re-opening ceremony was hosted on Friday 27 October, with the official plaque revealed by both the Campbelltown Catholic Club Board of Directors and the Bowls Advisory Committee.
The club sits within the Campbelltown Catholic Club Group and is the oldest club in the area. As one of the first ladies clubs in NSW, the venue and bowling greens maintain a deep connection with the local community.
Paynter Dixon oversaw the renovation of facilities including the bar, kitchen, dining room, lounge area, amenities, locker rooms, and the installation of a new roof and mechanical systems.
The venue has been further transformed with floor-to-ceiling glass along the façade overlooking the bowling greens. Captivating views and natural light create a newfound sense of spaciousness and visual amenity.
The temporary closure of the club during renovation enabled the delivery team to expedite works and ensure completion within the anniversary year.
Paynter Dixon’s Strategic Development Lead for Hospitality, Andrew Neagle, says the club has a new lease on life.
“Campbelltown Bowling Club is a cherished institution spanning generations in the local community,” says Andrew.
“From the outset we appreciated the importance of revitalising the venue for the benefit of long-standing members, while also appealing to new patrons as well.”
Beyond the bowling greens, Campbelltown Bowling Club and Paynter Dixon share community values.
“We have a long heritage in community-focused partnering, from supporting like-minded clients in project delivery, to dedicated philanthropic partnerships.”
View photos of the renovated club.
Photos courtesy of Snapshot Imagery.