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Map showing Henry Lawson Club

Phone: 02 9623 2119

Website:

Hours Open:

  • Monday: 10am–11pm
  • Tuesday: 10am–11pm
  • Wednesday: 10am–11pm
  • Closed on Public Holidays

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Over the years the club has grown but still retains its intimate atmosphere and is distinct from other registered clubs. The growth of sporting clubs has been a wonderful development, ranging from Golf,soccer, rugby league, cricket, softball, darts and fishing.

The theatre has grown in strength and is now producing more productions with a larger data base of patrons highlighting that live shows are an important service in the community. It should be noted that the Henry Lawson Theatre was the first theatre in the Penrith area even before the Q-theatre came to Penrith.

The camera club with its long history is still with us and is continuing its involvement with the Penrith Show Photography competition. One of its new area of involvement has been the connection with Penrith Library where Luciano Vranich has placed many photography exhibitions since 2003.

Over the many years of its existence the club has gone through many difficulties at the board level. Some of these difficulties were internal ALP matters spilling over into the running of the club. Other threats came from some attempts to make the club just a sporting club.. Secretary Managers came and went in quick succession until Harry Toorneman brought stability to the club. In 2006 Lyn Gaffney took over after the retirement of Harry and continues to the present day.

The club is at present in negotiations to refurbish the club and plans have been made which are currently before Penrith Council.

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