About our Club

2020 Winner – Excellence In Hospitality & Tourism, Singleton Business Awards

2019 Winner – Excellence in Business (Medium – Large Business), Singleton Business Awards

2019 Finalist – Excellence in Business, Hunter Business Awards

If you want a friendly, welcoming Club where you’ll be made to feel at home, the award-winning Club Singleton ticks all the boxes. Our top priorities are giving you fantastic customer service, along with a fresh, modern venue and excellent facilities inside and out.

Our Club interior has been refurbished from top to bottom and we know you’ll love the bright, comfy furnishings and the warm, social atmosphere. We’ve come a long way from our humble beginnings and although we look fondly at where we’ve come from, our focus is always on quality and continued improvement. Club Singleton’s future is bright.

We work hard to deliver a quality venue for our members and guests and in 2019 we were thrilled to win the Excellence in Business Award at the Singleton Business Awards.

To make the win even sweeter, the sophisticated awards night was held in our own revamped Auditorium. We were also a 2019 finalist for Business Excellence at the Hunter Business Awards.

Want to become a member of Singleton’s friendliest club? We’d love you to join us.

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Club History

Singleton Bowling Club was formed in 1912 when 25 interested citizens met by gaslight in the former council chambers in Burdekin Park. Land was purchased in Pitt St a playing surface was laid, and play commenced.

The Drill Hall in William St was advertised for sale in May 1959, and club members purchased the building. By November the Drill Hall was demolished, the land cleared, and six greens were added on the corner of William and Sussex Streets.

In 1974 the club was extended with the addition of a new boardroom and foyer. It was extended again in 1976 when the former Albion Park Bowling Club Ladies were permitted to join the club as members.

Today’s refurbished Club Singleton is modern, bright and welcoming. Haven’t visited us for a while? Why not drop in? We think you’ll be impressed.

Board Members

General Manager: Brett Burgess

Chairperson: Kerry Hardy

Vice Chairperson: Ian Skilton

Directors: Jim Savage, David Maxwell, Les Harris, Shane Davey

Notice of Annual General Meeting

Download AGM Notice

Financial Information

Financial Report for the year ending 2023
Financial Report for the year ending 2022

General Information

Dress Standards

All visitors to Club Singleton are required to be in clean and tidy attire and we reserve the right to refuse entry to patrons considered improperly or inappropriately dressed. As a guideline, the following items of dress are not acceptable for entry:

  • Singlets, tank tops or sleeveless tops (on males),
  • torn, unclean, soiled or untidy clothing.
  • Clothing with obscene or offensive language or depictions.
  • No bare feet.

Responsible Gambling

Responsible gambling occurs in a regulated environment where the potential for harm associated with gambling is minimised and people make informed decisions about their participation in gambling.

Club Singleton is committed to responsible gaming. Club Singleton encourages anyone who thinks that they may have a gambling problem to call the G- line (NSW) telephone counselling service on 1800 633 635. This service is available 24 hours per day / 7 days per week and provides a counselling service. Patrons can receive expert advice in a range of community languages including Chinese and Vietnamese.

Confidential counselling and assistance is just a phone call away.

Responsible Service of Alcohol

Club Singleton is 100% committed to providing customers with a safe and secure entertainment environment. The responsible service of alcohol to customers is an integral part of this commitment.

Policies Regarding the Service of Alcohol

Club Singleton reserves the right to refuse entry to people who are disorderly or are displaying signs of undue intoxication The supply of alcohol is not permitted to underage, disorderly or unduly intoxicated customers. Underage, disorderly or unduly intoxicated customers are not permitted to consume alcohol whilst on the property Entertainment programs encourage customers to have a good time, without overindulging in alcohol.


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