144 Henry Lawson Ave, Werrington County NSW 2747


(02) 9623 2119

Sub Clubs



Founded in 1968 as St. Dominic’s J.R.L.C., Brothers Junior Rugby League Club has a rich history within the Penrith community. From humble beginnings, we’ve become one of the largest junior rugby league clubs in the world. We’re dedicated to fostering a love of the game for players of all skill levels.

Brothers boasts a legacy of producing high-caliber players like Des Hasler, Greg Alexander, and Brad Fittler, and has nurtured notable coaches including Phil Gould and Tim Sheens. We are proud to continue that tradition with strong representation in Penrith squads.

Our ongoing partnership with St. Dominic’s College instills a sense of identity and loyalty in our players. Recent growth has pushed us to expand our playing grounds, but this commitment to development is what drives our dedication to the sport and its future.


Contact Us


  • PO Box 192, Penrith 2751 NSW




Brothers Try Time Rugby League program (non tackle) provides a safe, enjoyable and inclusive environment where children, teenagers and adults with special needs and Intellectual Disabilities can play Rugby League in their Local Community.

Catering for both Females & Males who have special needs and Intellectual Disabilities ranging from but not limited to … Autism, Down Syndrome, Development Delay and vision impaired, with the core focus on ABILITY not their disabilities.

This will be the sixth year that Brothers Junior Rugby League has run the program.



The Henry Lawson Camera Club are a friendly group of men and women who don’t take themselves too seriously, but who are serious about their photography. A group of enthusiastic wannabes and seasoned photographers alike, who endeavor to nurture the novice and challenge the experienced with ideas that are sometimes offbeat but otherwise contemporary.

The Group often share Informative talks on all facets of photography and Indulge themselves in travelogues and often go for outings to stimulate the creative urge.

Show and Tell of photographic projects undertaken is often a frequent activity within the club which also involves constructive criticism and advice as well as helpful pointers and advice on any troubleshooting experienced.

The Henry Lawson Camera Club also hosts Photography Competitions which involves Prize Money. Competitions are often judged by visiting Judges.

You do not need to have the latest and greatest Canon DSLR, as some only have the humble point and shoot while quite a number of die-hards are still using the old and trusted 35mm film.

Why not come along to the next meeting for an introduction to the Camera Club, its members and activities? For further details please visit the official Henry Lawson Camera Club Website on www.hlcc.asn.au



Our local Penrith Baseball Club established in 1968 is well known for its strong community growth in junior league around the Greater Western Sydney region alongside our prestigious women’s and senior leagues.

The Club relocated to its current grounds at the Andrews Road Baseball Complex in Cranebrook (below) in 1988, and the facilities include two senior-sized diamonds with mounds, playing/training lights and full dolomite running track on the main diamond, a third junior-sized diamond, sealed parking lot, canteen, male/female toilets and two change rooms.

We continue to grow by building strong relationships through our sponsorship program, community events, media advertising, and life members who have been instrumental in getting the club to its current position.

For more information go to: https://www.penrithbaseball.com.au



Golf is a very popular sport worldwide. Golf provides a stimulating challenge combined with a healthy walk-in pleasant surroundings and can be played by people of all abilities and ages.

Playing golf can help you stay fit, improve muscle tone and endurance and aid with weight loss. Golf is also a great way to keep in touch with friends, Assist in reducing stress, Provide opportunities to meet new people as well as help develop a sense of community connectedness.

Social Golf Club

All members and visitors welcome.

  • $45 green fees.
  • Courtesy bus available to and from each golf course.
  • Prizes for winners, also nearest the pin longest drive etc.
  • All level of golfer welcome hackers to pros. Come out and have a hit.

Please direct all enquiries to either of the committee personnel from the list below


Position Name Contact
President Steve Lavender 0416 453 020
Captain Dave Mcintosh 0410 633 994
Secretary Shane 0439 982 502
Treasurer Glen Luke 0412 979 809


A small, family friendly social golf group. We play once a month (except December) at the Colonial Golf Course on Werrington Road, Werrington, then go back to the Henry Sports Club for a BBQ.



Name: Teresa or Stuart E-mail: nepeandistrict@oztag.com.au
Position: Committee Mobile: 0401 862 267

Nepean Oztag offers standard competition with boys and girls playing together. Designated girls competitions are offered in the Under 8s, 10s, 12s, 14s.

The first OZTAG competitions started in the summer of 1992/1993 at Cronulla with 28 teams and St George with 12 teams. Since then OZTAG has enjoyed an extremely rapid growth throughout the country. The Australian Oztag Sports Association (AOSA) was formed in 1994 as an incorporated association. The AOSA currently aims to provide opportunities for people to participate at all levels, by developing, promoting and managing the game of OZTAG in Australia.

OZTAG is a non-tackling game and the rules are designed to encourage this. Passing, catching, tagging, evasive and kicking are the skills utilised in OZTAG. It is played over two 20 minutes periods with eight players from each team on the field – 70m x 50m (half a soccer/Rugby field).

The object of the game is to score tries. Defenders prevent this by tagging the ball carrier (removing the tag from the shorts). Players must wear official ‘OZTAG shorts’ with a velcro patch on each side and a ‘tag’ (a strip of cloth is attached to the Velcro) – supplied at the venue. Tagging instead of tackling is great for players of all skill levels, size and weight to compete evenly.



The Penrith and Districts Basketball Association is a 2,500 member not for profit community organisation focused on developing the game of basketball in the Penrith & Districts area. We provide basketball competitions and Aussie Hoops for all individuals aged 5 to opens.

Located in Penrith Valley Regional Sports Centre, Herbert St, Cambridge Park.

Penrith Basketball has a proud and successful 30 year history of Representative basketball. Our Junior and Senior Metropolitan Representative programs provide an elite pathway and opportunity. We are proud of our homegrown State, National League and Australian Representative players, officials and coaches.

Basketball is for the entire family and we are here to help you get started.

www.penrithbasketball.net  or download our information flyer.

To join or learn more, click here.



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