North Sydney Leagues Club
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The North Sydney Leagues Club (rebranded as norths) was established by the district's football club, the North Sydney Bears, in 1955 in a house in the Sydney suburb of Neutral Bay. In 1964 the club moved to new premises, its current location, in Abbott Street, Cammeray.
In the fifty years the new building has stood, a number of redesigns and refurbishments have taken place. In 2014, facilities comprised two dining areas, function rooms, a 530-seat auditorium, a fitness and wellness centre, indoor and outdoor lounge areas, a bottle shop, a TAB, two squash courts, a courtesy bus service, a members rewards program and a multi-level car park for 320 vehicles. Membership in 2014 stood at 2,500.
In 1996, norths merged with the North Sydney Bowling Cub, which was established in 1888 and is the second oldest club (by one day) in Australia. Norths also amalgamated with seagulls Club, a border club at Tweed Heads on the far north coast of New South Wales, the oldest provincial rugby league club in Australia.〔(norths History | www.norths.com.au )〕
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