New look for Club Pine Rivers

Published 7:00am 24 May 2022

New look for Club Pine Rivers
Words by Jodie Powell

A purpose-built space with benches, fridges, coffee facilities and beer taps will create a haven for bowling members when it opens at Club Pine Rivers this year.

The new facility is one of two projects transforming the club, with the gaming area getting an extension and makeover.

Club Pine Rivers marketing co-ordinator Rebecca Barker says the Multi-Purpose Bowlers Area will be set in a purpose-built 20-ft container and will also include storage and access to the children’s playground.

“These initiatives will see us extending our club eastwards and also adding a new seating area with food and drinks by the greens to provide more space and comfort for all who visit our great club.

“To start, (the Multi-Purpose Bowlers Area) is for our bowling members, providing them with more space and comfort at all times, but we're hoping that this will become such a fun addition to the club that people will want to stop by even when they don't have time for a game,” Rebecca says.

Upgraded gaming area

New look for Club Pine Rivers

She says with the COVID-19 outbreak making space a hot commodity, the club is responding by altering the gaming area.

Among the changes will be remodelling the Treasures Coffee Shop into a café with full cooking facilities, a modern water fountain featuring still and sparkling water and comfortable new furniture.

“We have listened to our members requests for more space between machines, better ambiance and healthier food,” Rebecca says.

Creature comforts

New look for Club Pine Rivers

“To best accomplish this, we have decided to extend the eastern side of our building, creating more space with high ceilings and large windows for natural light.

“We are excited to put a focus on comfort for our members as we re-focus after COVID-19.”

The gaming area will include garden views through the new windows, LED screens to add atmosphere and for advertising, including a spectacular one-metre animated LED ball, and new outdoor smoking areas and outside seating areas with modern decking.

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