Since 1994 Northern Suburbs League Club has been Mackay’s friendliest and most affordable location for great food, fun gaming, excellent company and weekly live entertainment. With membership available for only $5 for adults and $2.75 for pensioners it offers excellent value for money whether you are eating, enjoying the pokies or listening to one of the clubs regular live bands.
There is an excellent range of gaming options so if you enjoy pokie machines, poker with your mates, or trying your luck at Kino you can do it all at the Northern Suburbs League Club. Saturday and Friday nights at the club feature regular popular live local bands and entertainers along with great food and drink specials. For those members who may not have access to transport getting to the club isn’t a problem. A courtesy bus for members is run almost all days subject to conditions.
Discover more about why over 3,500 people have already joined Northern Suburbs League Club below.
Eating Options at North Suburbs League Club
People might join Northern Suburbs League Club for the company and to support their club but many stay for the food. The food at Northern Suburbs League Club is delicious, includes generous serving sizes and won’t break the bank. Special meal deals are run each month which include additional extras that provide even better value.
Popular regular special meals include Thursdays special steak dinner for only $14.95, Fish Friday for lunch and breakfast, the Club’s Cavery Sunday meal which includes a free glass of wine, beer or your favorite soft drink and Saturdays Vegas meal deal which includes dinner and a free $5 pokie money. Kino lovers won’t want to miss the free $1 quick pick that is provided with every steak meal purchased on Tuesday steak night. The club also runs happy hour from 4pm – 6pm weekdays with great prices on drinks.
Gaming at Northern Suburbs League Club features a great range of gaming options including pokies, keno, bingo, raffles and poker. The clubs popular pokie machines are available for use by the members any day of the week. In July the Club is running its highly popular meal deal vouchers. For every $75 payout on the pokie’s member receive a free meal deal voucher which is redeemable for lunch or dinner on Wednesday and Saturday. Saturday afternoon also features the clubs meat tray raffle from 12 – 2pm.
Other regular gaming options include; Friday morning Bingo from 9.30 am – 11.30 am, Spin the Wheel is on Wednesday night from 7pm – 8pm. For members who have missed on their TAB winners, there is the lucky loser draw on Saturday from 1pm – 3pm and a mega multi raffle on Friday evening. For members who favour poker there is the opportunity to take part in the Tuesdays 888 poker league which runs from 7.30pm onwards. Finally Sunday features the Red Hot triple reward points for those members who enjoy trying their luck on the clubs pokie machines.
Weekly Entertainment at Northern Suburbs League Club
Gaming, food and good company are not the only attractions available at Northern Suburbs League club. No evening out is complete without some good live music at the Club features acts each week. Live music usually available on either Saturday or Friday evening at the club. With popular favourites like Al’s Rock & Roll, Cameron Cusak and Warren Kearney Northern Suburbs League Club is a great place to kick back, enjoy a drink and listen to some great tunes.
Special Birthday Draw
Finally when you join the Northern Suburbs League Club at reception be sure to ask about the special birthday offer. Every member of Northern Suburbs League Club is entered into a special $1,000 prize draw during their birthday month. The draw takes place on the last Thursday of each month. All members are also eligible for one free birthday meal as a way of saying thanks for being supporting the Northern Suburbs League Club.
Finding out more about Northern Suburbs League Club
If you want to find out more about the Northern Suburbs Club or have questions about membership you can contact the club manager Wayne Percy by telephone or complete the email form which can be found on the clubs website. Alternatively visit reception at the club and they can answer any questions you may have or provide you with membership forms.