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Bronze winner Natalie thanks The Catho!

Bronze medallist Natalie Van Coevorden has sent a huge thank you to “my team” at Campbelltown Catholic Club. The proud local girl stood on the Commonwealth Games podium in Birmingham this week after Australia came third in the Mixed Relay Triathlon. Caption Natalie Van Coevorden and her Triathlon Australia mixed relay team wins bronze at…

A Drink with Jeff | Ruth McDonald

Caption: Ruth McDonald enjoying a coffee at Rydges, a place she reckons the Club founders couldn’t have imagined in their wildest dreams In our ‘A Drink with Jeff’ series, Campbelltown Catholic Club community liaison Jeff McGill has been catching up with a diverse selection of club identities. Ruth McDonald is his latest face-to-face. We often…

A Drink with Jeff | Al Scott

Caption: Alan Scott is no longer on the Campbelltown Catholic Club board, but still takes a great interest in his club and its future. He is pictured here on his tour of the construction zone before it transforms into the new Food Court. In our ‘A Drink with Jeff’ series, Campbelltown Catholic Club community liaison…

Winners Announcement! | May Dining Survey 2022

Congratulations to the three winners of our May Dining Survey: Steven Dunn, Dorothy Tiata, and Jane Busutil, who each won a $100 Dining Voucher. Happy eating! A big thank you to everyone who had participated in our online dining survey, it has provided us with valuable insight into the dining experience at our Club. Stay…

A Drink with Jeff | Julie Burton

Campbelltown Catholic Club community liaison and history buff Jeff McGill is catching up with a diverse selection of identities at ‘The Catho’. His latest face-to-face is with the newest member of our Board of Directors. If you don’t recognise Julie Puckrin, you might recognise her maiden name. She’s a daughter of Noel Burton, a long-serving…

Campbelltown Catholic Club and Mater Dei Partnership recognised with Award Win

Caption: Catholic Club Directors and Mater Dei representatives celebrate the win for the NextPath program (Education category) in the 2022 Clubs & Community Awards L to R: Sue Stapleton, Louise McDonald, Andrew Stapleton (Director), David McDonald (Director/Chairman), Sharon Pascoe-Thomas (Mater Dei), Samantha McCauley (Mater Dei), Julie Puckrin (Director) Gavin Robinson and Ian Puckrin   Last…

Campbelltown Catholic Club and Mater Dei Partnership wins Clubs and Community Award

We are delighted to announce that Campbelltown Catholic Club has been recognised for our ongoing support with the Mater Dei Organisation NextPath program at the Clubs & Community Awards 2022, hosted by ClubsNSW. Below is the official media release. To learn more about our Mater Dei Organisation NextPath program, read our article here.   Incredible…

Wear Orange Wednesday ‘WOW Day’ 18 May 2022

#THANKYOUSES Wednesday 18 May, 2022 is Wear Orange Wednesday or ‘WOW Day’. On this day we encourage communities across Australia to wear orange and thank all SES volunteers who generously give their time to help communities during flood and storm emergencies. Here’s to all the volunteers across Australia who work all year round to protect us at…

A Drink with Jeff | Peter Barron

Campbelltown Catholic Club community liaison and history buff Jeff McGill is catching up with a diverse selection of identities at ‘The Catho’. His first face-to-face was with Peter Barron. He’d normally be doing laps — twenty a day! But Peter Barron can only dangle his feet in the pool for the moment, after having a…

Down for the Count

“My son was like… ‘My mummy loves you’…and I was just thinking, oh my god, how embarrassing.” But Charlene Vaughan was blown away by the warm welcome and humility of her lifelong footy hero, Anthony Minichello. Affectionately known as ‘The Count’ due to his supposed resemblance to the Sesame Street character, Minichello retired from the…

Supporting local schools: Holy Family Catholic Parish Primary School

Move over The Brady Bunch backyard – a bigger and better patch of artificial grass has been created at an Ingleburn school thanks to Campbelltown Catholic Club. This all-weather green space replaces what was once a rough and muddy series of trip hazards. Some of the pupils can be seen here enjoying a rare burst…

Supporting local schools: St Clare’s Catholic Primary School

Shade sails to cover a hot playground, synthetic grass, and new flooring in the administration wing. They’re some of the pressing needs at Narellan’s St Clare’s Catholic Primary School and Campbelltown Catholic Club has come to the rescue with a funding package. The delighted principal, Marg Foldes, is pictured here with some of the pupils…

Supporting local schools: St Patrick’s Girls College

Campbelltown’s Catholic Club’s annual donations often go to newer schools just starting out in the new estates. But this year the Catho has also given generous funding to Macarthur’s oldest local school – St Patrick’s Girls College, founded in 1840. This has delighted principal Sue Lennox. “This sum of money is extraordinary and we feel…

Supporting local schools: St John the Evangelist Catholic Primary School

A new bus shelter will protect the youngsters of St John the Evangelist Catholic Primary School from the weather, thanks to Campbelltown Catholic Club. This has delighted principal Paul Moroney, pictured at right, discussing the plan with the school captains and Catholic Club director David Olsson. “Sincere thanks to the Club for its generous donation…

Easter at your local Club

We’ve got something for everyone over the Easter Period from free kids activities to members draws plus live entertainment over the long weekend!

Supporting local schools: John Therry Catholic College

Caption: David Olsson, one of Campbelltown Catholic Club’s directors, inspects the new shade structure at the John Therry College sport courts, with Principal Wayne Marshall. More than $1 million has been donated to local schools and community groups by Campbelltown Catholic Club – despite all the lockdowns and restrictions. For our schools, that means shade…

Food Court Redevelopment

After 28 years, our beloved Kings Food Court is being redeveloped. We’ve taken your feedback onboard and are working on a new bistro concept to provide a range of fresh, cooked to order meals in a casual, family friendly environment in the heart of your club.

Lending a hand as Tonga recovers

We are raising funds to help the Tonga Tsunami recovery effort. You can donate today using C3 Reward points or cash at any till throughout the Club.

Unleash the music within!

Would you like to learn a musical instrument…and make new friends?   Well, Catholic Club members now have a perfect way to do just that, with Campbelltown-Camden District Band now being one of our sub-clubs.   The Band has a fantastic training program, and is launching its new training bands for 2022 on Monday, 7…

Proudly supporting Beyond the Badge

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.

Our very own band

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…

HSC students backed by The Catho

Campbelltown Catholic Club’s entertainment venue is a standby facility in case a local school is hit by a COVID-19 outbreak.

Keeping you safe

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.

ClubsNSW Clubs & Community Awards Win with Youth Solutions

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.

Campbelltown Camden District Band now an affiliated sub-club

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.

Backing local Olympic hopeful Natalie Van Coevorden all the way

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!

Support for Local Mum walking The Great Ocean Road

Remember a fallen soldier this Anzac Day.

Help for the homeless

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.

Use your Dine & Discover NSW Vouchers here

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with your special someone at one of our Signature Restaurants.

Service NSW Sign In

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.

Christmas 2021

Celebrate Father’s Day here with us at Campbelltown Catholic Club. Enjoy a bite to eat, meet your favourite Paw Patrol characters and more.

Gift Cards

Treat your loved one to a multitude of experiences across the precinct – dine at one of our exceptional restaurants, enjoy a drink at the bar or a coffee with friends.

Birthday Gift

We love birthdays at Campbelltown Catholic Club and we want to celebrate yours with you!

What’s in a name?

Our event spaces have been re-named and aim to celebrate the heritage of the traditional owners of the land and historical sites from across the region.

New Foyer Now Open

First impressions count and we’re making a big one! Our stunning new Club foyer is now complete.

Pink Up Campbelltown!

For the first time ever, Campbelltown will be participating in ‘Pink Up Your Town’

Soup Plus – A Real Pathway to a Food Career

This new program saw us work with local hospitality students to prepare and host a three course meal – providing real experiences in working commercial kitchen.

Brides Choice Awards 2019 – ‘Best of the Best’

Campbelltown Catholic Club is the best wedding venue in Sydney’s west – and that’s official!

Big smiles from the Paediatrics unit

We had the great pleasure of donating nearly 50kgs of Easter Eggs to the Paediatrics unit of the Campbelltown Hospital.

Welcome to ‘Foodie School’

Campbelltown Catholic Club launches six part kids cooking YouTube channel.

We Made a Beer!

To celebrate our 50th anniversary, Campbelltown Catholic Club has created it’s own beer – “Half A Ton”.

What About Tomorrow?

‘Youth Solutions’ launch campaign to keep young people safe.

White Ribbon Workplace

We are now recognised by White Ribbon Australia as a workplace pioneer in contributing to national cultural change to prevent and respond to violence against women.

Safe-T-Card Program

Shocked by the high local statistics surrounding domestic violence, Campbelltown Catholic Club is setting out to make a real difference.

Kokoda Youth Leadership Challenge 2018

When you’ve just crossed Papua New Guinea’s the Owen Stanley Mountains, the big staircase outside The Catho suddenly doesn’t look so big.

Junior Sports Hotshot Winner – August 2018

Jakeelie Hook joined “Little As” at Eschol Park in 2012 to find mateship and fun, but she also discovered a talent for running.

Superstar Magazine

Superstar is the Campbelltown Catholic Club bi-annual magazine, with information about all aspects of the club, our services, our members and their families. There are messages from the club’s directors, giving members a direct insight into the club’s health, our future directions and evolving role within the community. 

Want to get a better of idea of just how the club is working hard to benefit our members, the region and the community? Or just want an idea of where to watch the footy finals? It’s all there in Superstar. The magazine is available online or on-site for club patrons.

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