A Brief Club History.
The Maroubra Seals Sports and Community Club was first envisaged in 1962 when members of the Maroubra Seals Swimming Club and the Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club headed by Bob Harron and John Shore decided that they needed a licensed club, where they could meet socially, conduct meetings and at the same time financially assist lifesaving on Maroubra Beach. On the 11th of August 1964 the newly registered club opened its doors as its current location.
Initially consisting of limited facilities such as indoor squash courts, bars, electronic gaming machines and snooker tables, the Seals Club has developed to become on of the leaders in the club industry. The Club has grown to a membership of over 10,000 and employs forty staff.
Over the years the Maroubra Seals Sports and Community Club has supported the local community through generous donations to institutions such as Maroubra and South Maroubra Surf Life Saving Clubs and numerous charitable organizations.
The Board of Directors is dedicated to channeling financial assistance to the growing needs of the community and offers a range of social interaction for the members.
With these ideals firmly in the place of the Maroubra Seals Sports and Community Club can continue to be a beacon for the Eastern Suburbs Community.