Caboolture Sports Club recently reopened their Gaming Room to the delight of locals on Friday 3rd July from 12pm under the guidance of the Queensland Government Roadmap to easing restrictions.
As the Club returns to an increased capacity from 20 people per zone to 1 person per 4m2 Club-wide, more members and guests are being welcomed back to the new normal and increased trading hours.
“We are excited to announce that some of our pre-COVID Club activities will return from Friday 10th July including weekly meal deals, gaming promotions, raffles, Bingo & live entertainment,” commented Venue & Culture Manager Suzy Vercoe.
“Members have been itching to get back out and socialise and we are excited to be able to offer them a place to catch up that is more than just a place to eat & drink.
“Live entertainment is returning 5 days a week. Local entertainers including Luke Dickens, Tracy Vaughan and Michelle Rau are just some of our fantastic musicians we cannot wait to see back performing on our Tempo Lounge stage from this Friday!”
Bingo is also set to return to the Club from Sunday 12th July with more sessions than ever. Bingo will now run every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday.
“Bingo was one of the most missed Club activities amongst our members, and we are so excited to be able to reopen our Bingo doors and introduce a brand new session,” commented Venue & Culture Manager Suzy Vercoe.
The Club’s award-winning Mill Restaurant’s online bookings have reopened and will continue operating full table service.
Members and guests can look forward to the return of meal deals from this Friday including Wednesday Winter Warmers, a Sunday night $40 Family Filler deal and the return of Kids Eat Free special.
Caboolture Sports Club is moving forward despite the challenges of COVID-19 and with a strong balance sheet, the CSC Group is moving ahead to come out of the economic downturn but foresees that it will take 12 months or so to fully recover.
“We want to thank all of our members and guests who have come to the Club since reopening our doors. Supporting local has never been more important. We are very proud to say that the support over the weekend, since reopening gaming and the removal of zones, we are starting to get back into a new normal again”.