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The Members’ Bar

The Members’ Bar is serving Monday to Friday Breakfast, lunch and light evening meals.

Monday to Friday a full breakfast is served from 7am to 9.30am  Lunch is served from 12 noon to 2pm. Evening meals and drinks are served between 6pm and 8pm.

A continental breakfast from 7.30am to 10am on Saturday and Sunday.

Billiards Room

The Billiards or Snooker Room, with two full-sized tables, is located on the ground floor.

Club Cellar

The club cellar holds a generous collection of Australian heritage wines here.

Wines have been selected by the club’s Wine Committee and display the tastes of many members. Visiting the cellar is welcomed Monday to Friday, between the hours of 9am and 5pm. Appointments are requested.

The Dangar Room

This large ground floor room was formerly the Smoking Room. It is adjacent the reception, the bar and the billiards room and is an ideal location to read the morning newspapers and a selection of journals, to enjoy a leisurely coffee after lunch or wait for friends.

The room is named in memory of the Dangar family who provided continuing generous support to the club over several generations. The Dangar patriarch Henry Dangar (1796–1861) arrived in the colony in 1821 as a cartographer/surveyor of the Hunter Valley. He and his family built great pastoral estates centred on Singleton and Scone.

Two brothers, Frederick Holkham Dangar and William John Dangar were founding members of the club in 1857. Between that time and 1935, over fifteen members of the family were elected members. Henry Cary Dangar was Vice-President and then President 1890–1908. His brother Albert Augustus Dangar was Vice-Present 1908–1913 and his son Rodney Rouse Dangar MC was Vice-President, then President 1937–1942.

Members’ Dining Room

Serving a Table d’hôte and à la carte menu  Monday to Thursday. Friday enjoy the Club buffet. The Member’s Dining room serves between 12 noon to 2pm.
Join the Secretary on a Thursday at the Club table for some lively conversation.

This is the Club’s largest function space. It is ideally suited to banquet, theatre and cocktail settings and caters to large groups of more than 60 people. To reserve the room on weekdays, a minimum of 80 people is required during the day and 60 of an evening

Knox Rooms

These elegant and spacious rooms are principally used for comfortable afternoon gatherings and for dining in the evening. They were named in recognition of the generous contribution of the Knox family and its members of the club since its founding in 1857. Three direct generations of the family have been presidents of the club,

Sir Edward Knox (1819–1901), the Danish-born son of a Scottish Baltic merchant/trader, arrived in Australia in 1840 and founded the Colonial Sugar Refining Company (CSR) in 1855. He was a founding member of the Club and its president  1882–1901.

His son, Edward William Knox (Ned) (president 1908–1921) was general manager of CSR, a member of the Senate of the University of Sydney for twenty-five years and a trustee of Sydney Grammar School for forty years.

His grandson, Sir Edward Ritchie Knox MC (Ted) followed his father on the board at CSR, was president of the club 1943–1946.

A son-in-law of Ned Knox, Dr Henry Cyril Adams (Bill) was president 1946–1949

The youngest brother of Ned Knox, Sir Adrian Knox was a leading King’s Counsel of his day and Chief Justice of the High Court 1921-1930. During his time at the Bar and on the Court, the club was the centre of his social world.

The Library

The room with its historical ambience is ideal for a variety of events and often used as a pre-function drinks venue.

Members’ Studies

Members’ studies are available to our members and guests. They include broadband internet, telephone and printer/photocopier and they can be used on a casual or more permanent tenancy.

The Card Room

This versatile room is suited to dinners, meetings and cocktail parties. It caters for up to sixty people for a sit-down meal, while maintaining an intimate atmosphere.


Members, their relatives, friends or colleagues as well as Reciprocal Club visitors  are welcome to stay at the Club.

Rates available here

The Red Room

This intimate room is suited to dinners, meetings and cocktail parties and seats up to twelve people.

Business Centre (located on the third floor)

The Business Centre is equipped with internet-ready flat screen computers, printer, photocopier and WiFi for members, reciprocal members and their guests. It is open 24 hours.

Health Club  60 Phillip Street

The ability to add a water exercise to your regimen makes our Health & Fitness Club a rarity in Sydney’s CBD. Do laps or simply ease down after weights, spin classes, boxing, pilates, squash. Our trainers will prepare and monitor your personal fitness program.

You can also maximise your lunchtime workout.  Now design your own health and fitness sandwich or salad: prepared for you in the Bent Street Clubhouse, delivered fresh for you in Phillip Street. Simply log-in to the Health Club > Order Lunch.  Orders close 1800 the day before and are charged to your account.

Remember to also check out the Health & Fitness Shop next time you’re working out.

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