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Updated: Aug 2, 2023

Club Malua to rebuild their club after devastating loss.

Malua’s beloved community club, Club Malua, was destroyed in the devastating 2020 bushfires. The club was one of many properties hit when bushfires swept through the South Coast. Now Club Malua has embarked on a journey to rebuild their main club house in 2021.

Bushfire club malua

Meantime, as the beating heart of the small community, Club Malua needed a temporary clubhouse for their bowling members, and to cater for the growing social bowls scene.

Cabra Bowls Group engaged Paynters, a proven leader in project solutions, who reached out to ATS with the aim to provide Club Malua with a temporary clubhouse.

Club Malua Structure

  • 5m Bay ISO panel wall system.

  • 5m bay glass walling, fit within a white aluminium 30mm thick framework.

  • Double doors, complete with crash bars, stainless D Handles, and locks.

  • Cassette Floor System.

Club Malua

With a possible 22 month journey to rebuild their new club, they named the temporary clubhouse, Marquee at Club Malua.

Some features:

  • Café and bar

  • Servery

  • Bathrooms

  • Kitchen

  • Offices

  • Fully airconditioned seating areas

  • Deck with seating and BBQ area

  • Plus, full glass walls that gives view out to the green

Dining area

Great Community

Since Marquee at Club Malua opened, this temporary club has become an important part of the big heart of this beautiful community. The temporary club has been an important meeting place for locals to touch base with other communities affected by the recent bushfires. And dedicated members from Club Malua have been able to come together for community support, among other amazing community events.

Club Malua bowling

ATS are very pleased to be part of the helping spirit for such a resilient community, by giving Malua Bay a venue they can be proud of.

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Feel free to speak to the ATS team about your next project today. Contact us today.

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