16 Dec See you at Yaralla Sports Club this New Years Eve!
Be sure to grab a copy of Gladstone News this week with a $10 cut out voucher in each copy to spend at Yaralla Sports Club this New Year’s Eve!
Yaralla Sports Club is located at Cnr Wood and Bells Street off Toolooa street and has been operating in Gladstone since 1966. It was originally formed to organise sporting and sports related social activities for a growing number of Queensland Alumina Ltd (QAL) employees and their families.
Yaralla Sports Club is renowned for its ability to stay innovative and now operates several facets of the business. Find out more below about each of the arms of Yaralla Sports Club!
Yaralla Fitness Centre
The Lifestyle package is a resource for other local community businesses, bringing customers to local Golf Clubs (Gladstone, Calliope and BITS), Fitness Centres (Yaralla Fitness Centre, Lyfestyle24 Clinton, CC Fitness Addicts, Powerhouse Fitness Centre and Tannum Fitness Centre), Gladstone Aquatic Centre, Gladstone Tennis and Squash Association and Gladstone Cinemas. The Lifestyle package is a group of local businesses helping and supporting each other.
This package also gives our customers flexibility and variety in the local businesses they can support.
Gladstone Events Centre
Over $55,000 of room hire has been donated to non-profit and community clubs since January 2016. We also do a deal for GAPDL and GEA members when they book a conference room at GEC.
Gladstone Golf Club
In 2005, the Gladstone Golf Club was at the point of closing its doors. This is when Yaralla stepped in and helped to fund maintenance and upgrades to the course and a stable management team and staff to help the committee run the Clubhouse. After 5 years the committee had the chance to buy back the club for just $1 but instead decided to keep the strong relationship with Yaralla, now they’re part of the ever growing Yaralla family.
The only community owned Hotel in Queensland and won Mercure of the year in 2016! When family and friends stay at Mercure it all goes back into the local region, whether it is for sporting facilities, local clubs and even sponsorships!