Important update for members, guests and visitors of Club Marconi:

Club Marconi will close today at 9am until further notice. This follows the new social gathering restrictions announced by the Prime Minister on Sunday 22 March.


Please be advised the following promotions and events have been cancelled / postponed until further notice:

Events & Entertainment:
– Chestnut Day
– Italian Republic Day
– Bambini Thursday
– Bambini Holidays
– Friday Entertainment
– Saturday Entertainment
– Sunday Entertainment
– The Wiggles Fun & Games Tour

– Friday Bingo
– Friday Raffle
– Poker Tournaments
– Poker Weekly Games
– Wednesday Bingo
– Mahjong
– Sunday Raffle
– Members Badge Draw With A SPIN!
– Crack The Case
– Easter Show Ticket Giveaway
– Hamilton Island Giveaway

Food & Beverage Specials:
– Bingo Special
– $12 Meals At The Piazza
– Kids Eat Free At The Piazza


Following on recommendations from NSW Health, under Section 7 of the Public Health Act 2010 forcing the immediate closure of non-essential events with more than 100 people (indoors), Club Marconi will immediately be cancelling all promotions and entertainment within the venue.

This will include the Crack The Case and Members Badge Draw With A SPIN! Promotions, and the cancellation of TPL permits LTPS/19/41093 and LTPS/19/40997.

The health and safety of our members and guests are our top priority during this time. By cancelling these promotions, we will limit the number of guests within the venue and encourage social distancing.


Following on recommendations from NSW Health, under Section 7 of the Public Health Act 2010 forcing the immediate closure of non-essential events with more than 500 people, Club Marconi regret to announce the cancellation of the 2020 Chestnut & Wine, and the Italian Republic Day festivals.

These events are part of the annual Club Marconi event calendar and are a staple of the culture here at Club Marconi.

We understand the disappointment this may cause however Club Marconi is taking the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) very seriously and will do all we can to help minimise the spread, and risk, of our members and guests.


In these uncertain and challenging times, I write on behalf of the Board of Directors, Management and staff  to inform you personally of the additional measures we are implementing at Club Marconi regarding the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

As has always been, the health, safety and security of our members, guests and team members is, and will always remain our highest priority. We take great pride in maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene. In response to the coronavirus, we have taken additional measures to ensure our cleaning and hygiene protocols are even more rigorous.

  1. Our staff are continually receiving ongoing information and operating protocols
  2. We have implemented a vigorous cleaning schedule, particularly in our high traffic areas such as foyers, gaming floors, bars and restaurants.  These areas are wiped down regularly with clean cloths and antibacterial products.
  3. We have installed and increased the deployment of antibacterial hand sanitisers throughout our club – foyer entrance, member’s entrance, throughout the gaming areas, piazza, bar and restaurant areas.
  4. As well as our staff being instructed to personally use hand sanitisers regularly, staff have been issued with pump hand sanitisers and are encouraging our members and guests to use them as they enter our premises, in particular when entering our restaurants.
  5. We will continue to adjust food and beverage service in accordance with current food safety recommendations.
  6. Staff who are unwell or have travelled overseas are not permitted to return to work until they have been assessed by our Human Resource Department including, where necessary, obtaining the appropriate health clearances.
  7. We will continue to closely monitor expert medical advice and implement recommendations, we ask that you in turn use responsible behaviour and judgement during these times. If you develop a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath you seek medical attention: call your GP or in an emergency, your local hospital emergency department
  8. Protect yourself and others: clean your hands regularly, cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue. – stay at home if you’re feeling unwell.

The Club will continue consultations with Clubs NSW and the relevant State and Federal Government authorities to ensure we respond immediately and appropriately to the changing circumstances.

The Board assures you that management are implementing as many measures as physically possible to ensure the safety of our members, guests and staff. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us via our website.

May I also take this opportunity to acknowledge that we understand the short- term challenges and uncertainty ahead and assure you, the prayers and thoughts of the Board, Management and staff are with you all.