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The establishment of the Polish Club at Bankstown was the initiative of Polish priest Edmund Gagajek in 1959, who formed a committee and new organisation called Tadeusz Kosciuszko Cooperative.

After the Second World War, there was a wave of Polish immigrants that arrived in Australia who settled in the Sydney suburbs of Chullora and Bankstown. In 1959, the committee purchased the land on which the current site of the Bankstown Polish Club sits on in the centre of Bankstown.

Throughout the first few years of the committee, it concentrated on organising various community functions in order to raise funds for a deposit to apply for a bank loan so they can start building the Polish Club. The main source of monies raised was from dance parties organised in St. Felix Hall at Bankstown and private donations.

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