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The Registered Club now known as Wests Mayfield has had as many names as associations. The Club was built on land adjacent to Stewarts and Lloyds for employees as part of ‘Project Recreation’ which was launched in 1937 by the company to provide recreational facilities for activities like soccer, league, tennis and bowls. This was the first complex of its kind by a major Company in Newcastle for the benefit of all its employees.
The Club underwent many transformations adding more sporting facilities like squash courts, as well as a bowling club with dining, function and bar facilities. The Recreation Club was one of the few clubs to own its own holiday complex, six self-contained holiday units at Manning Point near Taree.
In February 1982 the name of the Club was changed to the Tubemakers Recreation Club Limited because of the change of company name. Under this banner the club again underwent major extensions and renovations. The clubs restaurant, function room, auditorium and existing lounge areas were refurbished.
In 1989 the club and Tubemakers disassociated by mutual agreement to assist the Club to expand its membership. The change of name from Tubemakers Recreation Club to Club Phoenix giving the club a new identity, with the phoenix being the clubs logo.
Continued renovations including one of the first synthetic bowling greens in Australia and the building of the multilevel car park put the Club into a financial position where amalgamation was required.
Wests is in the leafy suburb of New Lambton about ten minutes drive from Newcastles CBD. It is close to the International Sports Centre, home ground of both the Newcastle Knights and The Newcastle Jets.
This friendly club is part of the mighty Wests Group and is one of the largest clubs in the state. It believes in supporting local tourism, and has built a 4.5* motel- the Executive Inn which is popular with both tourist and business travellers. With the vast facilities offered at this fine club and quality accommodation, Wests has no doubt established itself as a focal point and destination in the Hunter region.
Hobarts has brought club dining to a new level, with a revamped menu, stunning decor and new winelist. Open Friday and Saturday evenings, this is where you can bring one(or a few) special guests to impress.
Brasserie 88 is quality bistro style dining with a delicious and varied menu including steaks, seafood, salads and more. It is open daily from 4pm-11pm.
Emerald Gardens showcases a world of exotic Asian cuisine. Open nightly from 5.30pm-9.30pm.
The Food Court is popular with families, offering dishes ranging from laksas and pastas to roasts. Open daily for lunch from 11.30am-2.30pm and dinner from 5pm-9pm.
The Coffee Shop offers coffee and light snacks, open from 9am-5.30am. The Patisserie offers gourmet sandwiches and cakes, open from 10am-9.30pm.
Breakfast on the Terrace is a perfect start to a working day, or relaxing weekend. Open Monday to Friday 6.30am-9.30am and weekends 7am-10am.
Wests Convention Centre is one of the premier event spaces in the Hunter Region, with specific areas designed to cater for all manner of functions. Five well appointed function rooms cater for up to 1000 people, with flexible set-ups and breakout areas. The Starlight Room boasts a state-of-the art audio visual system, impressive live performance staging and three giant screens. In addition, there is a large terrace with a pleasant outlook over two pools' and leading onto 2 other function areas. Weddings are also a speciality, catering for 50 to 700 guests. The dedicated events team at Wests will design and assist you with every aspect of your celebration or corporate event. With a 4.5* hotel on site, Wests has your event all wrapped up!