The friendly club at the top of the mountains
At the Blue Mountains Bridge Club, we play 5 times a week.
Please arrive 15 minutes before session start (i.e. 12:45).
The Friday afternoon session is a walk-in - we will do our best to find you a partner. It is also a social event and it's often a good place to start if you are new to the game.
Our club room was on Leura Mall, but in 2022 moved to
Blue Mountains Historical Society,
99 Blaxland Rd
There’s parking right outside on Blaxland Rd and additional parking inside for our less mobile members.
Email us at either
Or ring Ian on 0407 076 107 or Sandy on 0410 312 827
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the session start times.
This helps the director set up the session and ensures a prompt start.
Arrive by 12:45PM for afternoon sessions and 5:45PM for evening sessions.
Full Membership of the club is $35 annually.
Associate Membership of the club is $18 annually.
Download and complete the membership application and then email it to email@example.com
New to Bridge or Refreshers:
Learn to play the wonderful game of Bridge. Make new friends and enjoy new challenges. A course of 8 weekly classes commences in March 2024.
Beyond that there will be practice sessions, individual support & potentially a "buddy", all in a very friendly social atmosphere, to prepare you for our regular bridge sessions.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Sandy on 0410 312 827 for details. We are an ABF Accredited Teaching Club.
For Improvers and more advanced: The club also offers small group tailored sessions 'on demand' and occasional supervised sessions. The list of courses in the Learning Pathway is here. For more information & a list of planned lessons visit the Lessons Page at here
The 2023 Blue Mountains Congress will not be held due to COVID 19 concerns.
"Bridge is for fun. You should play the game for no other reason." Charles Goren.
Every player is expected to:
It is unacceptable to:
It is acceptable for you to call Director immediately when unacceptable behaviour occurs to indicate that a player is interfering with your enjoyment of the game (Breach of Law 74A)
More on etiquette.
The Blue Mountains is a great place to play bridge. There are clubs in Blackheath, Springwood, Glenbrook as well as Bathurst, Hawkesbury, Windsor and Penrith.