“Our venues will be ready to open in two weeks regardless of the outcome and the Club will ensure the health safety of all team members and patrons,” he told Mosman Collective.
“We are fortunate to be in a suburb where people actually acknowledge the mastery of medicine and have led the way in vaccination numbers,” Mr Boyle said.
“All of our staff are onboard with vaccinations too, which is wonderful because most are in the age cohort that was last to receive access.”
Warringah Bowls Club General Manager Alex Sangkuhl said an October re-opening would be a “huge relief”.
“The Club is a social outlet for many residents who live on their own and it’s been a real mental struggle for them, as well as a massive financial struggle for us,” he said.
“On a positive note, we’ve used lockdown to install a new pizza kitchen and bottle shop which we look forward to unveiling if the Government says we can open the doors in two week’s time.”