Cheers: Bingara Gorge country club step closer to reality

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The highly anticipated Bingara Gorge Country Club is a step closer with the lodegment of a development application with Wollondilly Shire Council by Metro Property Group to build a contemporary leisure and entertainment amenity.

The Country Club is expected to create more than100 jobs during construction and over 100 permanent positions. Subject to DA, completion is expected late 2024.

Prominent hotelier Feros Group will run the Country Club, nestled on a 7,280 square metre parcel of land adjacent to Bingara Gorge’s golf course and located in the thriving master planned community in Wilton.

Designed by an award-winning Sydney based design practice H&E Architects, the modern pavilions style venue is expected to accommodate between 800 – 1000 people.

Facilities will include a family bistro and bar, large outdoor kids play area, beer garden, sports bar and multiple function spaces.

The ground floor building will total 2,473 square metres with an outdoor floor area of 2,657 square metres.

Bingara Gorge’s Country Club is set to become the meeting place for Wollondilly residents,’’ says Luke Hartman, managing director at Metro Property Development.

“It will be one of the best leisure and entertainment facilities in the region and is the next step in delivering Bingara Gorge’s vision to create a world class residential estate.

“Feros Group, a very experienced Sydney hotelier will provide a superior dining and entertainment experience for residents and guests.

“The Country Club forms an integral part of Bingara Gorge’s masterplan, already featuring a Graham Marsh 18-hole golf course and modern recreational facilities including a gym, tennis courts and swimming pools.”

Bingara Gorge is a 450-hectare site that will comprise 1800 homes when completed in 2024.

More than 900 homes have already been completed with more than 2,000 residents now living in the community.

Over 200 hectares of open spaces, a golf course, playgrounds, tennis courts, walk and cycle paths, leisure centre, retail shops, childcare and primary school will feature in the development.

And of course the Country Club.

“Whether it is for an intimate dinner, family lunch with kids, an informal catch up with a group of friends or a beer after a round of golf, the Country Club will be a place where everyone can enjoy themselves,” says Chris Feros, chief executive at Feros Group.

Computer generated images, above and top, of what the Bingara Gorge country club will look like on completion next year.

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