Cammeray Croquet Club is located in the sporting complex bounded by Ernest St and Park Ave Cammeray, a suburb of Sydney in Australia. The club has a large and growing membership of Croquet enthusiasts across the complete spectrum of handicaps. We hope you will find our site useful in finding out about the club and about croquet in general

If you would like more information please email info@cammeray-croquet.org.au or call in at the club at one of playing sessions and talk to us or simply watch a game. At present there is always Association Croquet play on: Saturday mornings(beginners) Saturday afternoons (Bronze), Monday mornings (Silver +), Monday afternoons (Bronze/beginners), Wednesday mornings (Gold+), Wednesday evenings (Bronze) and Thursday afternoons (Bronze)and Friday morning (Handicap games). Invitation games for members of other clubs are held on some Thursday mornings

We welcome members from other clubs who would like to have a game at Cammeray.

The next 28 days at the Club -

To see a full listing of planned activities click here, but be warned they may change. Always check the Today and Tomorrow announcements below.

Today -

Beginners' Course - Cohort 2 Lesson 2 (Michael Strickland) 10-11 am
Bronze Games 1.30 -3.30

Tomorrow -

Golf Croquet (Denis Rolles group) 10 am- 2pm


Christmas Party date set: November 26

For your diary. Details to follow.

Stephen Howes appointed Co-ordinator for the Sydney Northern Region.

This is a 2 year appointment. The purpose of this new role is as follows:

To represent CNSW programs, initiatives, and services to Member Clubs within a specific region and to bring to the attention of CNSW Directors and Appointed Officers the training needs and concerns of the Member Clubs within the region; to serve as the ‘face’ of CNSW by visiting Member Clubs and, when asked, to represent CNSW at social and competitive events in the region.

The responsibilities are:

• Keep current with CNSW programs, initiatives and services by reading the CNSW website, attending meetings convened by CNSW and contacting relevant CNSW Appointed Officers;
• Meet with the management committee of each Member Club in the region at least once each year for the purpose of information sharing;
• Work with Appointed Officers or their delegate to arrange regional training opportunities;
• Prepare occasional short articles for publication.

Bisques - playing with them, playing against them

Neil Hardie has written a series of five articles covering Bisque strategy. You can always find them under the "Coaching Notes' link on the home page or you can download them now here