THE Liverpool Catholic Club has continued to grow with the community.
Over the years a variety of additions to the venue have been purpose-built to suit the needs of the area.
The operations and sports complex manager, Mark Russell, said the club now has four dining areas.
"The Atrium restaurant specialises in an extensive range of good-quality meals, like the mouth-watering crispy skin Atlantic salmon and the 350g grass-fed black Angus scotch fillet," he said.
"Add to that our famous hot rocks and you have a dining experience to suit everyone."
The club bistro has a wide variety of ready-cooked meals and cooked-to-order meals and a selection of Asian cuisines, Mr Russell said. "And there's always the members' special, which usually is only $9, but this month we have a selected meal each day for members, which is only $5. For more information on these meals please visit our website.
"Our Club Cafe offers a great selection of pizzas, sandwiches, salads and a wide variety of hot meals to suit your appetite. This is also a great spot to indulge and have a slice of cake and coffee at any time of the day."
The club's sports complex has a snack shop to cater for those using the gym, ice rink and mini-golf areas.
"With the addition of the new 500-space car park, this will make accessing one of our seven function rooms, four dining areas and our four-and-a-half star Mercure hotel an easy and stress-free experience.
"We pride ourselves on offering the community a safe, family-friendly club and we look forward to seeing you."