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History of the Club

About the Club

History of the Club

The club started out with a very basic clubhouse constructed in the early 1960’s and was primarily used by football and cricket club patrons.

The various affiliated sports clubs have been added over the years, the latest being the Noble Hurricanes soccer club in 2018, bringing the total number of sports clubs to eight.

The ‘Noble Park Football Social Club Ltd’ was officially established in 1974. The fully licensed social club, as well as being supported by the affiliated sports clubs at the time, became more of a social hub for the local community in the following years. In 2012 the club registered the name ‘Club Noble’ and over the years we have become a prime destination venue for the local and wider community.

The club is located on land owned by the City of Greater Dandenong. In 2007 the club signed a 27-year lease with Council. This lease includes the social club facilities, football and cricket change rooms, lawn bowls clubrooms and rinks, tennis clubrooms and courts, associated car parking areas and ancillary facilities. This lease provides the club with longevity of tenure, allowing us to continually develop the facilities for our members and the local community.

The club’s facilities have undergone several extensions and renovations from the 1970’s to the present time. In 2009 much needed renovations were undertaken and included improvements to the bistro, bars, toilets and the upstairs function room.

In 2012 the club undertook a major multi-million dollar renovation which included relocating and upgrading the kitchen; updating and refining the bistro; creating two new back-to-back bars serving the bistro and lounge; renovating the lounge area; the addition of an indoor children’s play room; a new external courtyard off the sports bar; an updated reception area; as well as adding new cool rooms and back of house storage areas and a staff lunchroom.

In 2014 the club renovated and extended the adjacent football and cricket club change rooms and pavilion at a cost of almost one million dollars.

What We Offer

Club Noble provides excellent facilities for our patrons including the ‘Park Bistro’ serving great lunch and dinner meals Tuesday to Saturday.

The bistro has seating capacity up to 150 people and features floor to ceiling windows overlooking the manicured Pat Wright Senior oval and a modern children’s indoor playroom. Also available within the bistro is a coffee bar with a wide selection of cakes and a modern bar providing a large selection of wines, soft drinks and a wide range of beers and cider on tap.

The venue also includes a lounge area with large screen televisions; TAB and Keno kiosks; and complimentary tea and coffee for patrons.

The ‘Sports Bar’ offers a comfortable environment providing a light lunch and dinner menu, a modern TAB area with easy bet kiosks and results terminal. The sports bar features numerous Fox Sports and Sky racing screens featuring live sporting action and all sports tipping with Game Zone’s ‘sports pick’ system.

We also have three function rooms to suit groups of various sizes. These include the Bistro for up to 150 people formal dining and 250 people cocktail style dining; the first floor Blue and Gold function room for up to 60 people formal dining and 90 people cocktail style dining; and the Bowls Club catering for up to 100 people formal dining and 130 people cocktail style dining.