FAQ

How do I become a member?

To become a member, you need to fill out an application form at reception, or click on the "Membership Application" link on the right to download a copy. You do not need an existing member to propose your form, our Receptionists are able to do this for you.

Once you have completed all of the information on the application form, Reception will take your photo and process the form. You will be issued with your membership card on the spot, and you are able to sign in guests straight away.

How much does it cost?

1 Year - $8
3 Years - $20
5 Years - $30
10 Years - $50

What types of ID are accepted when applying to become a member?

You will need to provide RTA approved photo identification. This is a

  • Current driver's license
  • RTA Photo Card
  • Passport

When will my membership card be issued?

Once your form has been completed, ID checked and payment made your card will be issued on the spot and you can enjoy all the benefits of being a Campbelltown Catholic Club Member straight away.

How do I use my membership card?

Your Campbelltown Catholic Club membership card is your passport to fantastic prizes and great value! Your card is also used to identify you as a valued Club member. When you arrive at the Club make sure you show your card to our friendly doorperson to gain access. You will also need to show your card if you wish to sign in a guest.

Using your membership card is also a way of earning Kings Power Points - giving you more out of your membership. By presenting your card each time you make a purchase at the Club, or inserting it in any gaming machine you are playing, you are able to accrue bonus points that you can redeem for food and beverages at the Club as well as gift cards and prizes!

Your card also gives you access to members only promotions. Make sure you swipe your card at our Members Swipe Terminals each time you visit the Club to go into the draw for fantastic prizes, and insert it into any gaming machine you are playing to take part in special promotions.

What happens if I lose or damage my membership card?

If you have lost your membership card inside the Club, it will be handed in and filed at Reception. However, if you have lost or damaged your card elsewhere, you will need to contact reception and have a new card printed for a fee of $2. The lost card will then become void, so that no one else can claim your points or access your details.

If you have left your card at home, Reception can issue you with a temporary card for the night. There is no charge for this service.

When do I need to renew my membership, and how do I do this?

The Club's membership runs by the financial year, so your membership will need renewing by the 30 June on the year indicated on the front of your card.

To renew your membership, you will need to see Club Reception. If you are unable to come into the Club for any reason, you can also renew your membership over the phone with a credit card, by mail with a cheque, or a friend or family member is also able to renew it for you. Don't forget that you can use any Kings Power Points that you have accumulated to pay for membership!

Do I need to be baptised Catholic to join?

No, anyone is welcome to join the Club, and all members have access to our social and recreational facilities. The reason we make a distinction between Catholic members is because only Catholic members can vote on decisions affecting the development of the Club at the AGM.

What is the difference between a Social and General Membership?

All members have the same access to our fantastic social and recreational facilities. Social Members are those members who were not baptised catholic, where as General Members are those that are. The reason we make a distinction is because only General (Catholic) members can vote on decisions affecting the development of the Club at the AGM.

Do I need to be a member to visit the Club?

You do not need to be a member of the Campbelltown Catholic Club to visit, however if you live within a 16km radius you will need to be signed in by a member. If you plan to visit the Club regularly, it's a great idea to become a member so that you can enjoy the full range of members benefits available.

Click here to view our full range of members benefits

What are the benefits of being a Campbelltown Catholic Club Member?

As a Campbelltown Catholic Club member you will have access to all of the Clubs social and recreational facilities, be able to take part in members only promotions, receive discounts around the precinct, accrue club bonus points and much more.

Click here to view our full range of members benefits

Why is it called the 'Catholic' Club?

We are called the Catholic Club because the Club was established by a group of Catholic men, in order to support Catholic Education, Sport and Culture, as well as catering to the needs of the Campbelltown/Macarthur community.

Click to read more about the Club's History

Click to read more about Community Support

Are children welcome at the Club?

Yes. Campbelltown Catholic Club is proud to be a family friendly venue. Children under 18 years are welcome to visit Kings Food Court Samba and Embers Charcoal Kitchen areas of the club as well as our function venues and select shows at The CUBE as long as they are in the company of a responsible adult.

Kings Food Court is the perfect area to visit with children as it features, the Kids Kingdom, our child play area. Kids Kingdom is a world of fun for children 10 years and under with kids videos, play equipment, funny mirrors and lots more!

Click here for more information on Kings Food Court

Click here for more information on Kids Kingdom

Please note that children must be supervised at all times and are not permitted in the in restricted areas of the Club and are not able to approach any bar. All children do need to be off the premises by 9pm when Kings Food Court closes for the evening.