Campbelltown Catholic Club, along with Wests Group Macarthur and Ingleburn RSL is proud to be embarking on a new partnership with Beyond the Badge – a not for profit that exists to support first responders across Australia to transition into alternative careers.
Campbelltown Camden District Band has staged its first concert as an affiliated sub-club of The Catho. Earlier plans were scuttled by Covid, but band members enthusiastically belted out a string of Christmas tunes for an appreciative crowd at The Cube last Sunday. Band president Roma Jenner was thrilled by the warm response, and next year…
Campbelltown Catholic Club’s entertainment venue is a standby facility in case a local school is hit by a COVID-19 outbreak.
Campbelltown Catholic Club is a registered COVID Safe Venue. As part of this process we are continually updating our COVID Safe plan to reflect the latest advice from NSW Health.
We have been recognized at this year’s ClubsNSW Clubs & Community Awards for our decade-long support of Macarthur’s Youth Solutions. Our longtime joint project acknowledges young people should be able to celebrate…but safely and wisely, without any disastrous outcomes for themselves, friends or family.
Two of Macarthur’s best-known institutions are making music together – Campbelltown Camden District Band is joining Campbelltown Catholic Club as an affiliated sub-club.
Macarthur’s own Natalie Van Coevorden seems to be on track to represent Australia at the Tokyo Olympics in July and we’re backing our local champion all the way!
Remember a fallen soldier this Anzac Day.
Donate today using C3 points or cash at any till in the Club and we’ll contribute an extra $1,000 for every $5,000 raised.
As of 1 January 2021, hospitality venues will be required to use the NSW Government QR code system. We strongly recommend that our patrons download the Service NSW App before visiting us.