The Waves Sports Club has taken home top honours at the prestigious Keno and Clubs Queensland 2023 Awards for Excellence held in Brisbane this week.
The club's exceptional service and dedication to its members was recognised at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre when it was awarded the highly coveted Club of the Year (large) award.
The popular Bundaberg club supports 16 local sporting organisations and contributes to many community events, charities, benefactors, and projects each year.
The recognition adds to The Waves’ elevation to the Clubs Queensland Hall of Fame last year.
The Waves Sports Club has been a long-standing pillar of the community, providing a wide range of services and entertainment to its members and guests.
It has always been committed to innovation, constantly striving to provide the best possible experience for its patrons.
The Club of the Year award is a testament to The Waves' exceptional standards of service, commitment to excellence, and ongoing efforts to improve the community they serve.
This latest prize is yet another feather in the cap for The Waves Sports Club, which has previously celebrated several awards, including Club Director of the Year and third place for Best Multi-Sports Club and Club Chef of the Year in 2021.
The club looks forward to continuing to build on its success and to provide the best possible experience for its members and guests in the years to come.
Clubs Queensland CEO Craig Harley said the region’s clubs continued to work closely with their communities, engaging with their members and with organisations working to improve the lives of others.
“We’ve seen a lot of change in our lives in these last few years but our clubs continue to provide invaluable service and social support for their members and for local communities,” Mr Harley said.
“Community clubs have a proud history of fostering local spirit and delivering top-shelf facilities.
“Our annual awards night recognises some of the clubs who have gone above and beyond to engage with their communities.
“Each of these clubs is well-supported by their members, who are passionate about reaching out to others.”
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