Pub - 15 March 2010

OUT OF THE ASHES

Club Blakehurst: 12 Merriman Street, Blakehurst NSW (02) 9546 4731 or www.clubblakehurst.com.au Club Blakehurst in New South Wales succumbed to fire in 2007, but its spirit did not. While the club was being rebuilt by Tony Owen Partners, the bowlers kept bowling and the club adjusted its focus towards families. venue talked to Greg Payne,

Club & RSL - 12 December 2009

Bankstown’s Ballroom Blitz

Bankstown Sports Club 8 Greenfield Parade, Bankstown, NSW (02) 9722 9888 or www.bankstownsports.com Paynter Dixon Managing Director Greg Howard has been working with Bankstown Sports Club for over two decades, adjusting the club’s master plan through various stages of its successful expansion into neighbouring properties. The latest string in the Bankstown bow is the Grand

Club & RSL - 15 May 2008

RACV Inverloch

RACV is obviously better known as a company to call when you’ve blown a gasket or in need of some insurance. But currently it’s expanding and diversifying the resort side of its business. The Inverloch resort undoubtedly represents a step up in quality and is definitely a world away from the ‘power point and shower

Local - 15 July 2007

Shellharbour Workers’ Club

Shellharbour Workers’ Club: Cnr Wattle & Shellharbour Rds,
Shellharbour NSW (02) 42967 155 or www.shellys.com.au Shellharbour Workers’ Club, a prominent NSW South Coast institution, is based in a 20-year-old building that dominates its region both physically — sitting on a hilltop above Shellharbour village; and economically — as the club is one of the largest employers

Club & RSL - 15 July 2007

Greenbank RSL

Green Bank RSL: www.greenbankrsl.com.au Greenbank RSL, one of the most successful clubs in Queensland with over 70,000 members, recently completed a $4.5m extension that included provision for a very popular outdoor smoking deck. Designed by Brand + Slater, the deck features dark timber battened walls and ceiling panels, timber dry bars, coconut-shell lacquered tables and

Global - 5 September 2006

Shed — London

» Shed: www.shedlondon.com There was a time that when dad said he was “popping to the shed” we were talking about a rickety wooden structure down the allotment. The Shed — London’s latest members’ club — could not be further away from this image of yore. The hardworking men and women of London’s ‘Square Mile’