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254 South St, Toowoomba
(07) 4636 9000




The City Golf Club last night took out two prestigious Keno & Clubs Queensland Awards for Excellence. Over 1000 guests from across the State attended the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre to see City Golf Club take home the award for Best Club Diversification while being recognised as the Best Club Darling Downs and South-West Queensland.

 The Best Club Diversification award is bestowed on a club that successfully establishes and branches out into new products and services beyond those traditionally associated with community club operations.

 Clubs Queensland Chief Executive Officer, Doug Flockhart, congratulated City Golf Club on their awards success.

 “This is a great win for the Toowoomba club as they continue to establish and broaden their revenue streams,” Mr Flockhart said.

 “They won this award last year as well and have showed that diversifying into new products and services can provide an effective path to sustainable growth while enhancing their club offer to their membership base.”

 “With the right people, business plan and structure in place, City Golf Club have proved that diversification and innovation are important in being competitive and maintaining relevancy so I’m pleased to see them again win the award for best club in the region.”

 Mr Flockhart also thanked Rowland for sponsoring Best Club Diversification and Coca-Cola Amatil Lawyers for sponsoring the Best Club Darling Downs and South-West Queensland awards.

 “Our generous sponsors help make the Keno & Clubs Queensland Awards for Excellence the premier event for the Queensland clubs industry,” he said.

 “This allows members from across the State to come together and celebrate the outstanding individual and collective achievements of our vibrant $2.2 billion industry.”


About Clubs

  • Clubs in Queensland are membership-based, not-for-profit organisations that exist to provide services to members and the local community.
  • There are over 1,100 community clubs in Queensland. Together, they hold 2.4 million memberships, employ over 22,000 people (with 9,000 based in regional Queensland), return over $850 million in social contributions and generate annual economic activity valued over $2.2 billion for the State’s economy.
  • The surplus generated by clubs is used to deliver important and highly valued services in their surrounding communities and to visitors to their region. This support includes cash contributions, non-cash benefits, community assets and the mobilisation of volunteers.
  • These are important community hubs for social interaction and engagement. Members have a shared sense of values and belonging and this strengthens the social fabric and promotes strong community cohesion.
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