We seek to improve the lives of our members and the broader public, and we seek to encourage values of family and mateship. Recognising our important and influential role in the area, we remain steadfast in upholding our responsible service of alcohol and gambling policies. We also provide counselling support in a wide variety of areas. Our commitment to transparency and openness is illustrated through our financial policies and procedures.

Problem Gambling Assistance

Campbelltown Catholic Club is committed to providing support to those who need assistance with problem gambling.

 

Self-exclusion provisions

Campbelltown Catholic Club has procedures in place for self-exclusion that can be used to assist you if you think you have a problem with gambling. The scheme is voluntary and for the benefit of patrons who wish to be prevented from entering the club for the purpose of assisting them to control their gambling. For further information about our self-exclusion procedure or for support or advice, please contact the Club Duty Manager on 4625 0000.

 

CatholicCare onsite counselling

We have a CatholicCare Counsellor on site once a week who provides free and confidential counselling and referral services to anyone in need. Counselling is available for any issue, including financial, problem gambling, grief and domestic violence. Speak to reception or a member of staff for further information.

 

Wesley Counselling Services

As a member of ClubSafe, Campbelltown Catholic Club has arrangements in place with Wesley Counselling Services. If you’re considering taking that first courageous step out of problem gambling, Wesley Counselling Services are here to help you on your journey. Call them on 1300 827 638.

 

Gambling treatment clinic Campbelltown

Associated with the University of Sydney, and funded by the NSW Government’s Responsible Gambling Fund, the Gambling Treatment Clinic Campbelltown is a leader in gambling treatment and research. If you need help, you can contact the clinic for free and confidential gambling treatment with a specialist psychologist. No referral necessary. Call them on 1800 858 858.

Important Information for members

By law, clubs are required to keep a register containing information that relates to the management and financial administration of the club. Click here for further information. Members may view the register or the financial statements or receive a copy of the financial statements by written request to the club.

Policies

Responsible Service of Alcohol

Campbelltown Catholic Club actively promotes and practices the responsible service of alcohol at all times. As an active member of the Campbelltown Liquor Licensing Accord, we further support initiatives agreed upon by accord members that enhance and promote a safer environment.  Under the NSW liquor laws, licensees and staff must ensure that patrons do not become intoxicated. We are required by these laws to refuse entry to, and to immediately remove any persons from, our premises who are deemed intoxicated. It is an offence to permit intoxication on licensed premises and the licensee is liable if any person displaying signs of intoxication is allowed entry or not removed from the premises.  The board of directors, staff and management of Campbelltown Catholic Club welcome you to our club and thank you for your support in the responsible service of alcohol.

Responsible Conduct of Gaming

Campbelltown Catholic Club is committed to responsible gaming. As a member of ClubSafe, we abide by Responsible Conduct of Gambling Best Practice Guidelines. These best guidelines represent an approach where the environment in which gambling is conducted minimises harm and meets community expectations. Campbelltown Catholic Club aspires to achieve a harm-minimisation objective in our gambling operations.  Individual player activity statements are available upon request from a Duty Manager or by phoning 4625 0000.

Dress Regulations

To ensure club standards are maintained, we ask that all patrons wear clothing that is neat, clean, tidy and free of offensive slogans.  We also politely request that you do not wear rubber thongs or beach wear.  In all cases management discretion applies.

Privacy Policy

Campbelltown Catholic Club is subject to the provisions of the Privacy Act 1988. We take the protection of your personal information seriously.

Annual Report

Campbelltown Catholic Club Limited Annual Report for the financial year ended 30 June 2019