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    MCC Kew Sports Club

    In August, 2012 the MCC commenced a long-term partnership with Kew Heights Sports Club (KHSC), including upgrading the KHSC facilities – including lawn bowls, tennis and the clubhouse – located at 397 Barkers Road, Kew.

    Through the MCC Foundation, MCC invested approximately $4.5 million in upgrading the KHSC facilities.

    KHSC has been renamed MCC Kew Sports Club, with the newly-named club being responsible for managing the improved facilities on a day-to-day basis.

    Ownership of the Barkers Road site has been transferred to the MCC Foundation and a lease established between MCC Foundation and MCC Kew Sports Club.

    The new facilities, now completed, are of great value to existing KHSC members and especially for MCC members and the community, many of whom are on the waiting list for MCC membership.

    Membership packages and casual visits are now available.

    Find out more at www.mcckew.com.au.

    MCC Kew Sports Club clubhouse 

    MCC Kew Sports Club Southern Terrace

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