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Thursday, 5th November, 2015
This competition is being run at The Fraternity Bowling & Recreation Club, 11 Bourke Street, Fairy Meadow, NSW, 2519. The Promoter is The Fraternity Club, ABN 56 001 005 545. (Address as above, phone number (02) 4283 3333). The competition is open to entrants (members & visitors to The Fraternity Club) aged 18 years and over.
Directors, management and employees of The Fraternity Club and their immediate family are not eligible to participate in this promotion. Participation in this game implies acceptance of all rules and competition.
Wednesday, 4th November, 2015
We would like to advise that the 2015 notice of AGM, Member update and Christmas schedule that was recently posted to members contains a typo in the Notes to Members in relation to resolution for Life membership area of the printed document.
The Order of the Board of Directors was signed off on the 27/10/2015 not 2014 as printed.
The Fraternity Club Management & Board of Directors
Wednesday, 8th July, 2015
What a fantastic night we had with the Wild Wogs on Wednesday 8th July.
The evening was full of laughs!
The comedy spectacular showcased some of Australia’s comedic greats all in one massive show! We enjoyed the laughs as the four wogs from the western suburbs hit the Frat... without their mums!
Head over to our Facebook page and tag yourselves in the pictures!
Tuesday, 23rd June, 2015
The Fraternity Club are gathering expressions of interest for Castagne Day 2016.
Castagne Day (Chestnut Day) is a family fun event and has been running for over 20 years at the Fraternity Club grounds in Fairy Meadow. This annual community event has something for everyone in the family.
We are seeking expressions of interest for stall holders including general goods, toys, international foods, craft, face painters, children's activities, fashions, olives, cheeses, wines, lollies, Italian goods and merchandise.
Contact Emma Barber at The Fraternity Club on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to fill out a stallholder application form.
Monday, 18th May, 2015
It is the seasonal festival that tends to send people a little nutty in the best possible way.
Hundreds turned out for the Illawarra Italian community's annual Castagne Day festival on Sunday, to celebrate the change of season and indulge in a roasted chestnut or two. Cael Harrower, 5, had a ball of a time in the Water Walker, while others soaked up the food, music and sunshine in the car park of Fairy Meadow's Fraternity Club. In keeping with tradition, Alpini Group member Emileo Felli flame-roasted chestnuts.
Wednesday, 21st January, 2015
Saturday 17th of January marked the opening of the newly renovated Auditorium in The Fraternity Club Function Centre, with a Wedding reception of 350 guests to celebrate!
Congratulations to the happy couple.
Click through to see photos of the elegant new space!
Sunday, 22nd June, 2014
Australian supporters of the Illawarra have expressed their delight at the Socceroos performance in the FIFA World Cup, despite their exit of the competition in the group stage.
A crowd of hundreds gathered at The Fraternity Club in the early hours of Thursday morning to cheer the Socceroos on in their match against the Netherlands. Despite a 3 – 2 end result in favour of the Dutch, Aussie fans expressed delight with the Socceroos performance, the match described throughout the world as one of the most entertaining of the tournament so far.
Wednesday, 18th June, 2014
The World Cup is in full swing at The Fraternity Club, with hundreds of fans turning out this week to support their teams.
Eager supporters from nations around the globe have been flocking to The Fraternity Club throughout the week at all hours to experience the World Cup action.
Fraternity Club Correspondents had their 5 minutes of fame as a photo of them posing with a banner reading ‘keep calm and cross it to Cahill’ went viral, as Tim reposted their photo prior to the match.
His repost of the photo received over 3000 likes on Instagram, with 3 photos of the Illawarra fans broadcast via Twitter to his 608K followers. Check out the adventures of the Fraternity Club Correspondents at The Frat today!
Tuesday, 25th March, 2014
Since the end of 2013, The Fraternity Club has been operating under even later trading hours for the convenience of our members and guests. This allows for even more live viewing of international sporting coverage, as well as late night snacks, drinks and a place to socialise whatever the time!
Now you can enjoy full club facilities from 10am each day, until 2am Sunday to Thursday and 3am Friday & Saturday!
We will also be trading for all World Cup matches, no matter what the time!
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