About Dubbo Bridge Club

HISTORY OF DUBBO BRIDGE CLUB In 1969 the Macquarie Bridge Club was formed. The Club was originally known as the Macquarie Bridge Club in acknowledgement that many of its original members came from surrounding towns along the Macquarie River, including Wellington, Narromine, Trangie and Warren. The close assocation with those towns continues today, although each now has its own bridge club.

Club House

THE CLUB TODAY Dubbo Bridge Club now has about 100 members and we play regularly in our own renovated and airconditioned premises within Elston Park, Bultje Street, Dubbo. Our sessions are electronically scored.
VISITORS & NEW MEMBERS We welcome new members and visitors to our club, and if you need help to find a partner to play, please contact us.
If you are interested in learning to play bridge, we do run lessons when we have sufficient interest, so if you do want to learn, please contact us and we will let you know when we are running our next lessons.
If you have already learnt to play, but are interested in upgrading or refreshing your skills, we offer lessons for intermediate players from time to time. Again, please let us know of your interest so that we can contact you when we are running those lessons. We also have a supervised play session on the first and third Thursdays of the month, commencing at 10 am at the Club.
LOCATION Please find a map showing the location of our premises which can be downloaded from the link below.

Location Map for Dubbo Bridge Club