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Internal Clubs

Interested in a new hobby?

Looking for a new interest? Central Coast Leagues Club has a multitude of Internal Clubs that are open to all members of the public to participate in.

Grab a friend and come along to one of the open days to give a new hobby a go! 

The Ballroom Dancing Club welcomes dancers new and old, experienced and green. The dance styles include New Vogue, Latin and Ballroom. 

The Club holds a dance every second Friday of the month from 7.30pm at Gosford 50+ Learning and Leisure Centre, and welcome members and non-members alike. 

Interested in joining? Contact Tony Giles at or call 0437775882. 

Soundwaves is an all-male chorus affiliated with the Central Coast Leagues Club.

We sing four-part a Capella harmony in the barbershop style. We currently have 30 members and are always looking for more.

Rehearsals held on Monday evenings from 7pm to 9.30pm in the Parkview Room.

We perform regularly at community centres, nursing homes and citizenship ceremonies across the central coast.

For more information visit or call David Mowday on 0411 284 685.

The Billiards and Snooker Club offers competition for all ages and abilities with open and handicapped events. Our focus is on inclusion and participation.

Our facilities are championship standard with 6 full size Billiards tables located on the second floor of Central Coast Leagues Club. All new members are welcome and encouraged to join and compete. 

For more information, contact Gary Humphries at or call 0418 470 227. 


Are you retired over 55 years of age, and a member of the Central Coast Leagues Billiards & Snooker Club? We’ve got a brand new competition every Monday for you! Reach out to Garry Humphries or Dennis Cameron for more information.

Garry Humphries Secretary 0418 470 227

Dennis Cameron Treasurer 0407 353 574

Gosford City Bowling Club offers a social environment open to all members of Central Coast Leagues Club.

The Club offers free tuition for beginners and ongoing coaching for the more advanced players.

Lawn Bowls is a great social avenue that offers a friendly atmosphere for all. 

Interested in joining? Get in touch with Ian Bennetts on or call 4325 9825. 

Gosford City Women’s Bowling Club play mixed bowls Tuesday and Thursday 9am to 1pm. Both men and women are welcome to come and play. Arrive at 9am to register to play. 

To join the Club, you must be a member of Central Coast Leagues Club and Womens Bowls NSW.

Free coaching is available anytime during the week for those looking to improve their skills. 

Phone 4325 9825 
Facebook Gosford City Women’s Bowling Club

Located on Level 2, Indoor Bowls Club plays three sessions of bowls on short mats over the course of the week. These include two day time sessions and one evening session. 

The members enjoy the creature comforts indoor play has to offer, with air conditioning and no impact from the weather. 

The Club holds competitions during play season as well as ‘friendlies’ with other Clubs, and welcomes new members of all ages and skill levels.

Want to learn more? Get in touch with Marie Bromley at or call 4334 3800.

The Bridge Club holds six sessions a week, with four face-to-face and two on-line sessions.  They are Monday (12:30); Monday evening (19:15); Wednesday (13:30); Friday (12:30); Tuesday RealBridge (12:30) and Thursday RealBridge (12:30).  Our partner arranger is Ruth Griffin and her mobile is 0407 854 060.

We produce a program booklet each calendar year, listing all our special events.  We have a web site and you can email us at or telephone us at 0478 567 857.

The Club conducts Beginners Lessons as well as  Improvers, Intermediate and Advanced lessons and workshops.  These are scheduled throughout the year and are advertised on our web site and through our monthly newsletters.  For Beginners, contact Eunice de Vries on 0415 937 941.

The Club participates in State and National Championships through qualifying events and Regional finals.  We also host the NSW Seniors Championships (over four days) each year as well our Congress (weekend in mid-September).


Central Coast Leagues Club Camera Club is a social Club with Members who have an interest or passion for all things photography. 

We meet twice each month, holding Print & Digital Photographic Competitions and Workshops & Presentations. 

Our members range in skill level and techniques in both photography and post processing. 

Anyone, of any skill level in photography is welcome to join. 

Our Club aims to motivate, inspire and educate our members and inform them of external opportunities to further advance their skills and knowledge. 

You can find more information about our Club at, Facebook, or contact our Committee at

Keith Farrell 4341 7864

CCLC Darts Club holds dart competitions on a regular weekly basis.

Monday Premier League with 2 competitions a year.  
Tuesday Singles with three competitions a year that run for 15 weeks each. 
Thursday Daytime Darts with three competitions a year  consisting of three player per team.
Friday A social competition where partners are drawn every week.

Darts Club also holds various competitions throughout the year that members are encouraged to participate in.

Interested in joining? Contact Bob Weaver on 0412 050 448.

Jazz Club holds Live Jazz the first Sunday of every month 2pm-5pm – Entry $10

Sunday Jazz became part of the Leagues Club’s weekly programme in early 1993.  Jazz Club was formed later that year to show support for that initiative and has continued for 26 years.    

Over those years, many Jazz luminaries have appeared including Don Burrows, Graeme Bell, Janet Seidel and Tom Baker, as well as tour groups from USA, UK/Europe & Interstate. 

Young bands have been introduced to the “Jazz Family” and $50,000 in Scholarships have been awarded to encourage Jazz youngsters. Members donations and continued fundraising have bolstered the “Jazz Futures Trust” to over $100,000.

For more information and band programme visit or get in touch with Peter Cowden on 4342 0829.

The Vintage Drivers Club creates an environment which brings together like-minded interest in historic motor vehicles pre 1941.

The Club encourages restoration of historic motor vehicles to a high standard, and promotes interest in and the preservation of veteran, vintage and antique motor vehicles in their original condition. 

Want to join? Contact Guy Ellis on 0414 182 010 or email 

Visit for more information on the Club. 

The Wine Appreciation Club welcomes all wine lovers, from those who may be just starting their journey of wine understanding, those who just enjoy a good glass of wine on an everyday basis, or those who are very serious about their wine appreciation. We pride ourselves on providing enjoyable experiences for all members.

We run monthly wine tastings on the second Wednesday of each month where a single winery shares their red and white wine varieties. These nights are highly informal with lots of animated discussion and laughter.

Our wines come from all over Australia and are normally not available in local bottle shops. We also arrange popular special tasting nights of overseas wines. The wines we taste can be purchased on the night usually with a discount for club members.

We also arrange field trips and special events over and above monthly wine tastings which we subsidise for members. These are well supported and help reinforce the social nature of our Club.

The cost of an annual membership is $5 and our wine evenings are $10 to attend.  We welcome new members and would love you to come and check us out.

Get in touch with Keith Weir at or 0420 722 529 for more information. 

Central Coast Leagues Club Social Golf Club play each Sunday morning, with most games held at Gosford Golf Course.  

The Club invites all members of Central Coast Leagues Club to join, and caters for varying levels of skill and experience. 

There are weekly competitions, trophy events throughout the year and visitations from/to five other Social Golf Clubs.  It is ideal for golfers wanting to have regular games without having to join a Golf Club.

Interested in learning more? Contact Michael Brown at or call 0417 474 897. 

Check out the website at

Are you 50+ and would love some help with using digital technology? Central Coast Leagues Club and the Community College have partnered to deliver the Digital Connect program, offering free classes for you to develop your skills and knowledge in the digital world!

The digital connect program is run on the first and third Thursday of each month, between 10:30am and 1pm. Each session will include a workshop and small group opportunities to learn and ask questions about using smart phones, tablets and computers in your daily life. Our wonderful team of volunteer Digital Mentors will help you securely access and use online services, stay in touch with friends and relatives and make the most of your digital devices.

No need to register, just turn up!

For more information visit the college website or call on 02 4348 4300


Do you love helping friends and family learn how to use their new phone, computer or tablet? 

It sounds like you would make a great Digital Mentor! Digital Mentor volunteers are key to the success of our Digital Connect Club and supporting our students to upgrade their digital skills.

You don’t need to be an IT expert, just have some basic digital skills and a passion for helping others. Free 1-day Digital Mentor courses are available. Find out more and register here: 

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