Back from the brink of closure, Club Lennox has re-established itself as a community hub for local families and visitors alike.
If you still haven’t paid a visit to see how the club has changed, here are our top 10 reasons to pay a visit.
- Live music all weekend: Every week both local and interstate acts bring a whole range of musical style to Lennox Head, from blues and country to swing and rock ‘n roll.
- A chance to win big: Thursdays at Club Lennox are all about winning, with bingo kicking off at 1pm and the regular trivia night from 7pm. On weekends get to the club by 6pm to be part of the raffle.
- Barefoot bowls: Keen to get out on the green but not quite ready to join the local comp? A low-key game of barefoot bowls is the perfect way to meet people and enjoy the afternoon sunshine.
- Specials all week long: With a Wednesday meal deal, happy hour on Fridays, Saturday specials and Sunday roast night there’s good reason to make the club a regular part of your week.
- Kids-only zone: Club Lennox prides itself on being a child friendly club. It offers two play areas for the kids along with their own special menu. Barefoot bowls are also free for the under 12s, and when school holidays roll around they even offer a dedicated kids disco and bingo session.
- Courtesy bus: Along with plenty of free parking, the club also offers a local courtesy bus to get you to your destination safely.
- Function facilities: If you’re looking for a spot to host an upcoming birthday party the Club Lennox team are ready to take care of all the details and host your group in style.
- Free wi-fi: We know you don’t want to have to check your email while you’re enjoying an evening out, but it’s nice to know that if online obligations call you won’t be running up your mobile phone bill.
- A focus on local produce: The club is right to be proud of its locally-sourced dishes. It’s scoring points for the slow braised pork belly and Tassie salmon fillet – online reviews show visitors are keen to come back for more.
- Giving back to the community: After the overwhelming support shown by the local community, Club Lennox is more than happy to host a variety of community fundraisers – most recently to support the efforts of the local rural fire service.
A Lennox Head story to be proud of
At the end of 2012, the closure of the Lennox Head Bowls Club seemed all but certain. The remarkable fundraising effort that saw the club reopen just a few months later is an achievement the entire community can share in, proving we can rely on each other whenever times get tough.