Burpengary Community Club will focus on the community. We will employ close to 100 local staff when operating and would anticipate almost all of these will come from the local community. We will look to develop a School Based traineeship program with a focus on youth in the surrounding high schools.
Many community groups will benefiting from our Community Club in Burpengary. In supporting the local community we are already in contact with Burpengary Rugby League, Burpengary Scouts, Narangba Crows AFL, Burpengary Netball, Burpengary Community War Memorial Committee and the Burpengary C & K Kindy and we also intend to reach out to local junior cricket and soccer clubs.
We can only emphasise that we have a proven track record of community support and working with the wider community.
Being a Community Club, our community is in our blood! We firmly believe in working together to better the products, services and entertainment that are provided by the many organisations in our local area. We do this through many capacities including financial, advisory and in-kind. Even before we have opened our doors, we have contributed over $25,000 to local sporting groups.
The Burpengary Community Club requires all patrons to be dressed in respectable attire to create a comfortable and non-offensive atmosphere for other patrons. Management reserves the right to refuse entry to anyone that does not adhere to Club Standards.Book Table