Our Story

Hunters Hill Bridge Club (HHBC) was established in the early 1970s by a small but enthusiastic group of local Hunters Hill women, many of whom were part of the original Kelly‚Äôs Bush environmental protectionists and protesters. Since then the Club has grown continuously, and is now one of the largest community volunteer run bridge clubs in NSW, with a current membership level of just under 300.  As a club we are intensely proud of what we have achieved and continue to develop.

During the COVID pandemic the Club operated solely on-line, but since November 2021 has returned to face-to-face bridge at our fantastic facility; Hunters Hill Council's Henley Community Centre located on the northern shore of the Parramatta River.

The Club holds sessions each week day at different times so as to accommodate the varying needs of our members (see Playing). Each September the Club holds its Annual HHBC Teams Congress, and details can be found on the NSW Bridge Association web page.

The Club is held in high regard in terms of the facilities, the standard of play and the culture and manner in which the game is played at the Club, reflecting well on the Club's current directors and the Club's membership in general.