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Supporting the Enjoy Premier Dining community and at the the NEW Southern Cross industry for 20 years Restaurant & Cocktail Bar GRADUATE COOKS AWARDS

Enjoy Premier Dining at the NEW Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar Win a Laptop! 3 Triple your Points 5 Vouchers and Offers 48

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contents

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Big Money III

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05-06 Annual Report

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$1000 Wheel

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Patron’s Message

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How to Triple your Points

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President’s Report

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5@5 Points Promotion

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Chief Minister’s Message

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Diary Dates

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Community Support Committee

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Kids’ Movies

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Planning and Development

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Kids’ Parties and Fun

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Member Services Committee

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Events and Entertainment

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CEO’s Report

10 mv Southern Cross

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ClubsACT Open Letter

11 Spring Carnival

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Health and Fitness Centre

12 Special Occasion Dining

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Financial Management Committee

14 Careers and Employment

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Director’s Report

15 Club Updates

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Financials

15 Functions at CSCC

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2006 AGM Details

16 Christmas Musical

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The Board of Directors

16 Christmas Giveaway

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Club Contact Details

17 New Restaurant Lunch Menu

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Vouchers

Member’s Info Service Over the past 18 months the Southern Cross Club has been developing new and more efficient ways to communicate with our members. As part of the Member’s Info Service you can receive newsletters like this one, and other communication from the Club via email. You can also be the first to hear about great new offers, entertainment, promotions and last minute specials. See p3 for details of how to register.

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Register for the Member’s Info Service online at www.cscc.com.au between Monday 2 October 2006 and Monday 4 December 2006 and you will automatically go into the draw to win a Laptop. By registering for this great service provided to members you are electing to receive all Club communication electronically including annual reports. Not only is this a positive environmental measure, it also provides a significant financial saving for the Club which enables the Club to provide additional member services. TERMS & CONDITIONS The promotion is open to all members of the Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited, excluding Directors, Staff, and Contractors, Spouses and/or Partners. Entry is online only at www.cscc.com.au. There is 1 prize to be won on Tuesday 5 December 2006. Only one entry per membership. By participating you are registering to receive all club information via email and SMS. Any entry with incorrect details is disqualified from the draw. Winner will be notified by email. In the event of a dispute, the decision of Management will be final.

The NEW Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar provides members with a fine dining experience in the heart of Woden. Offering contemporary French cuisine, this NEW restaurant is the Southern Cross Club’s premier dining venue. Located upstairs at Woden, patrons have the choice to dine in or go alfresco on the deck. The Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar is the perfect venue for a pre show meal, intimate dinner, celebration with friends, family or colleagues or any special occasion. See p17 for the delicious two course lunch menu.

TRADING HOURS

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THE SOUTHERN CROSS CLUB OFFERS YOU MORE WAYS TO USE YOUR BONUS POINTS

Big Money gets much bigger!

WIN $20,000

10 draws, every 8pm Tuesday and Wednesday at Woden and 8pm Thursday and 9pm Friday at Tuggeranong. Each winner present wins $60 and entry into the BIG MONEY III draw.

The BIG MONEY III Draw Each winner that is present selects a number from 1-1000 from the barrel and then selects another number from 1-1000 using the random number generator. If the numbers are the same that person wins $20,000. Within 5 places wins $1,000 and 100 places wins $100. To enter, play the gaming machines with your membership card in the console from 10am – 9pm daily. Barrels open 2 hours before the draw.

Enter between

Draws start

Woden

Tuesday & Sunday Wednesday & Thursday

4-6pm 1-3pm

6pm 3pm

Tuggeranong

Tuesday & Wednesday Friday Sunday

6-8pm 6-8.30pm 3-5pm

8pm 8.30pm 5pm

Yamba

Thursday Friday & Sunday

4-6pm 3-5pm

6pm 5pm

To enter play the gaming machine with your membership card in the console or swipe your membership card at the Reward Centre.

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FOR FOOD & BEVERAGE PURCHASES Earn points with your membership card inserted in the gaming machine console.

Food & Beverage Points Promotion Swipe your membership card at the Reward Centre at both Woden and Tuggeranong for your chance to win 500 Food & Beverage Points*

Confirm your bonus points balance at the Reward Centre (triple this to calculate your food & beverage credit).

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Ensure you have sufficient points for your purchase as part payment is not available.

@ 5pm

drawn every Sunday

Present your card at the till to use your points for food & beverage purchases (don’t withdraw from the Reward Centre). 100 points = $3 food and beverage credit. Not available at the Yacht Club. Regular club policies and procedures apply.

Food & Beverage Points Example: Golden Grille Woden – Chicken Schnitzel $13 or 434 points

*500 food & beverage points are redeemable at the venue at which you won them, for food & beverage purchases only. Members will receive only one entry ticket per day. Game rules available at reception

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October Holidays

Meat & Beer Raffles Alf’s Butchery proudly supplies the best quality Meat Trays for our raffles. Doug from Alf’s guarantees that what’s sold in store is on our trays. All the meat is free range and the pork is also hormone free.

Woden Tuggeranong Yamba Yacht Club

Fri 6.30pm & Sun 4.30pm Thurs & Fri 7pm & Sun 3pm Friday 6.30pm Sunday 6pm

ds i K Freeovieidsays Mool Hol Sch

Wed 4 October Chicken Little Rated PG, 81 mins Thurs 5 October March of the Penguins Rated G, 80 mins Fri 6 October Big Momma’s House 2 Rated PG, 99 mins

Summer Holidays - movies yet to be announced Wednesday 10 Jan Friday 12 Jan

Wednesday 17 Jan Friday 19 Jan

Monday 22 Jan Wednesday 24 Jan

All school holiday movies screen at 10.30am at Top of the Cross, Woden.

Happy Hour Enjoy Happy Hour at all venues 7 days a week!

Woden Tuggeranong Yamba Yacht Club

Trivia The Yamba Sports Club has great trivia every Saturday afternoon. Come and test your trivia knowledge. It’s free

5.30pm - 6.30pm 12 - 1pm & 5 - 6pm 5pm - 6pm 5pm - 6pm

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to enter and kicks off at 4pm every Saturday. Every question answered correctly wins a drink voucher and there’s even more chances to win fabulous prizes in the free raffle.

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After the FREE movie sessions on October 4, 5 and 6, head down to Henry’s for lunch. The Kids Movie Meal is great value and includes a choice of chicken nuggets and chips or fish and chips or sausages and chips, PLUS a soft drink and paddle pop for only $5.

Catering for the Kids The Southern Cross Club caters for the whole family. Henry’s at Woden and Tunz of Fun at Tuggeranong are the perfect place for the kids to have a ball playing in the amusement areas while Mum, Dad and the rest of the family sit back, relax and enjoy their meal. Henry’s and Tunz of Fun are also great location for your child’s next birthday party or group get together.

Henry’s Birthday Parties From $9.50 per child Includes platters of mini pies and sausage rolls, cocktail frankfurts, chicken nuggets and chips, drinks, balloons, party hat and 3 games tokens.

All enquiries and bookings: Woden Bookings Desk 6283 7288

Tunz of Fun Tuggeranong 3 packages from $6.00 per child Add a helium balloon, lolly bag, party hat and table decorations for $3 per child.

All enquiries and bookings: Tuggeranong 6293 7200

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Events and E ntertainment FREE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Enjoy great bands every Saturday night at Tuggeranong and every Sunday afternoon from 3pm at the Yacht Club.

Shows JAZZ SERIES - GUYS & GALS

Lily Dior – Thursday 12 Oct Lilly sings Sassy and Lady Day

CHAIN & PHIL EMMANUEL

Friday 27 October Dinner & Show 7pm | $50 Show only 8.30pm | $20

Ben Jones – Thursday 26 Oct FERNANDO’S FANTASTIC RAIN FOREST ADVENTURE

A jazz portrait of Bobby Darin

Monday 9 to Friday 13 October 10.30am | $16.50

A touch of the Sinatra’s

More details available at www.cscc.com.au or call the bookings desk on 6283 7288.

Neilson Gough – Thursday 9 Nov

IDEA OF NORTH

Friday 3 November

Monday 4 and 11 December and Tuesday 5 and 12 December Bookings are essential and full payment is required upon booking at the Woden Booking

Series Ticket | $68 Concert Ticket | $20

Dinner & Show 7pm | $55 Show only 8.30pm | $25

Special School performances: Tues 28 Nov, Wed 6 Dec, 11am

Why not enjoy a pre show dinner at the NEW Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar. Bookings essential on 6283 7200.

FINIS TASBY AMERICAN BLUES MAN

be presented when booking tickets.

Dinner & Show 7pm | $50 Show Only 8.30pm | $20 PIERRE DØRGE & NEW JUNGLE ORCHESTRA

Thursday 19 October

B O O K AT T H E WODEN BOOKINGS DESK OR CALL 6283 7288

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PANTOMIME

Swingin’ the Classics

Thursday 5 October

For all shows and entertainment:

Dinner & Show 7pm | $55 Show only 8.30pm | $20

Sat 25 Nov, 2 & 9 Dec, 11.30am Sun 26 Nov, 3 & 10 Dec, 11am & 1.30pm

Desk or call 6283 7288. Pension cards must

Pensioners FREE Seniors | $7 Non Members | $10

Friday 1 December

Contemporary, innovative, Australian a cappella at it finest.

Emma Pask – Thursday 16 Nov

Southern Cross Players proudly presents Jack and the Silver Giant.

BOOK NOW! PENSIONERS CHRISTMAS PARTY

SECOND MOVEMENT CHRISTMAS SHOW

With a mixture of jazz, Asian, African and European music - and general madness - they create their own dadaistic universe, giving the audience a unique, extraordinary experience.

Show only 8.30pm | $35

STARS ON PARADE

Saturday 18 November Dinner & Show 6pm | $55 Show only 7.45pm | $25

Come and help Jack and his family fight the aliens and the terrible silver giant to protect their farm and all their animal friends.

Tickets | $10 School Performances | $7

SPENCER DAVIS GROUP

Thursday 23 November With close to a dozen top 10 hits, including ‘Gimme Some Lovin’, ‘Somebody Help Me’, ‘I’m A Man’, and ‘Keep On Runnin’ the Spencer Davis Group has been wowing audiences since 1963.

Dinner & Show 7pm | $55 Show only 8.30pm | $25

ROCK N ROLL CHRISTMAS SHOW VASELINE

Friday 8, 15 and 22 December Saturday 9, 16 and 23 December Thursday 21 December If you liked Grease you’ll love Vaseline, the musical comedy. Great rock’n’roll, with some of Canberra’s finest performers for a great night out. See p16 for details.

Dinner & Show 7pm | $60 Show only 8.30pm | $25

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mv Southern Cross

Spring Carnival

FOOD OF THE WORLD

Enjoy dining at the Southern Cross Club this spring. With a united nations of international flavours and cuisines, the Spring Carnival of Food is sure to please your taste buds.

Woden 6283 7200

Yacht Club & Cruises 6273 1784

Cross Café

Fish & Chip Café

Light meals, sandwiches, salads, sweet treats and espresso coffee and tea. 10am till late, Daily

Order from the main bar. 12 – 9pm, Daily

Golden Grille

A la carte and alfresco dining overlooking the lake. Lunch 12-2pm, Daily Dinner 6-9pm, Daily

Bistro style dining Lunch 12-2pm, Daily Dinner 6-9pm, Daily

Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar

Fine French cuisine with a modern twist. Lunch 12-2pm, Tues - Fri Dinner from 6pm, Tues - Sat

Sit back and relax on board the mv Southern

1 HOUR SIGHTSEEING CRUISE

Cross and enjoy the magnificent views through

Departs daily for a wonderful trip around Canberra’s

the large panoramic windows in air conditioned

Lake Burley Griffin. The perfect way to see most

Yamba 6283 7300

comfort. Cruising on the tranquil waters of Lake

of the major buildings, beautiful parks and the

Café Melrose

Burley Griffin is a truly beautiful way to see the

foreshore areas of the Parliamentary Triangle. An

capital’s attractions.

informative commentary by the Captain provides

Wheelchair access and disabled facilities are

an insight into the history, culture and ecology

available on the lower deck.

of the National Capital. This cruise is a must for

Snacks, sweets, gourmet rolls, light meals, salads, main meals, espresso coffees and herbal teas 9.30am - 8.30pm, Daily

Departing at 10am on Thursdays in spring and summer. The cruise includes a 1 hour guided tour through the gardens at Government House. Bookings are essential.

LUNCH & DINNER CRUISE

The mv Southern Cross is the Club’s premier function venue and is available for exclusive use. The modern and spacious vessel lends

Soft music, fine cuisine, an elegant ambience

itself to a variety of cruise functions.

and wonderful views of Canberra reflecting on the

For enquiries and reservations please call 6273 1784 or email functionenquiry@cscc.com.au

waters of Lake Burley Griffin transforms a lunch or dinner cruise into the ultimate experience! Bookings are essential and full payment is required at time of booking.

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*Full payment required at time of booking.

Valley Grille

Bistro style dining. Lunch 12– 2pm, Daily Dinner 6 - 9pm Sun – Thurs, 5.30 - 9pm Fri - Sat

Valley Carvery

Premium roast meats and seasonal vegetables. ONLY $11.90 Large and $9.70 Regular Prices subject to change without notice Lunch and Dinner, Daily

Jackson’s

Cross Café

Please call 62731784 to confirm schedule daily. FUNCTIONS

Tuggeranong 6293 7200

Modern Australian cuisine with à la carte dining. Dinner 5.30 – 9pm, Tues – Sat

residents and visitors to Canberra.

GOVERNMENT HOUSE GARDENS CRUISE

The Lotus Bay Restaurant

Offering value for money light meals, gourmet snacks, cakes and pastries, coffee and dessert. 11am till late, Daily

DINE & WIN THIS SPRING

Every time you spend $10 at any of the Southern Cross Clubs food outlets you will get an entry in the draw to win a dozen bottles of mixed wine. There will be one winner at each venue every week during spring. That’s 48 chances to stock your cellar ready for the festive season.

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Special Occ asion Dining Melbourne Cup Day Tuesday 7 Nov 06

Christmas Day Lunch Monday 25 Dec 06

$2 Schooners of Tooheys NEW from 2-5pm at all Southern Cross Club Bars

WODEN 6283 7288

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Golden Grille 3 course meal and a glass of champagne for the ladies, schooner of Tooheys NEW for the gents and a soft drink for children. $50 adults, $20 children under 12yrs*

(excludes mv Southern Cross Bar)

Golden Grille Open as normal. Top of the Cross 2 course meal and fashion parade. $38.50 pp* Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar 3 course lunch and glass of champagne. $55 pp* Orion Room Sweeps. Sports Bar TAB facilities, races on the big screens. TUGGERANONG 6293 7200 Jackson’s 3 course lunch, a glass of champagne and live entertainment. $29.50 pp* Valley Grille & Valley Carvery Open as normal. Southern Cross Arms TAB facilities, sweeps, races on the big screens. YAMBA 6283 7300 Café Melrose Open as normal, offering light and main meals. Jack High Bar TAB facilities, races on the big screens. YACHT CLUB & CRUISES 6273 1784 mv Southern Cross Standing style buffet and beverages. $60 pp* Marquee Buffet lunch. $35 pp* Lotus Bay Restaurant Open as normal. Bookings essential.

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Orion Room 2 course festive meal. $35.50 adults* $20 children under 12yrs* Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar Gourmet 3 course meal, complimentary bottle of champagne. Tickets on sale from Wednesday 1 November 2006. $90 adults, $45 children under 12yrs*

New Year’s Eve

Friday 26 January 07

WODEN 6283 7288

$2 Schooners of Tooheys NEW from 12-2pm and 6-8pm at all Southern Cross Club Bars

Golden Grille Order your meal from the Bistro and enjoy the live entertainment from 8pm. Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar Enjoy a gourmet dinner and dancing on the deck. midnight. Tickets on sale from Friday 1 November

mv Southern Cross Standing style buffet and beverages. Tickets on sale from Tuesday 19 December 2006. $80 pp*

Valentines Day

TUGGERANONG 6293 7200

WODEN 6283 7288

Valley Grille & Valley Carvery

Golden Grille Open as normal.

Open as normal. Formal Dining Room

Formal Dining Room 3 course meal including table service, all the festive trimmings, a champagne for the ladies, schooner of Tooheys NEW for the gents and a soft drink for the children. Tickets on sale from Wednesday 1 November 2006. $40 adults, $20 children under 12yrs*

Enjoy a 3 course meal and dance the night

Wednesday 14 Feb 07

Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar Open as normal. Bookings essential.

$55 pp* Dinner Dance away to SOLID GOLD. Tickets on sale from

TUGGERANONG 6293 7200 Jackson’s Open from 5.30pm. Bookings essential.

Friday 1 December 2006.

Valley Grille Open as normal.

YAMBA 6283 7300

Valley Carvery Open for lunch and dinner.

Club will be trading as normal. YACHT CLUB & CRUISES 6273 1784

YAMBA CLOSED YACHT CLUB & CRUISES 6273 1784

mv Southern Cross Seafood Buffet Lunch. Tickets on sale from Tuesday 3 October 2006. $140 pp*

YACHT CLUB & CRUISES 6273 1784

2006. $100 pp*

Valley Carvery 2 course meal of roast turkey and glazed ham, vegetables, plum pudding and tea and coffee. $30 adults, $15 children under 12yrs*

The Lotus Bay Restaurant 3 course Lunch. $95 pp*

(excludes mv Southern Cross Bar)

5 course meal with wine and champagne at

TUGGERANONG 6293 7200

YACHT CLUB & CRUISES 6273 1784

Australia Day

Sunday 31 Dec 06

Lotus Bay Restaurant Normal à la carte. Bookings essential. mv Southern Cross Degustation menu and beverages. Tickets on sale from Tuesday 3 October 2006. $170 pp*

The Lotus Bay Restaurant Normal à la carte. Bookings essential. mv Southern Cross Tranquil dinner cruise with a Degustation menu. Tickets on sale from Tuesday 9 January 2007. $120 pp* *Full payment required at time of booking.

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Yacht Club Renovation

NO Smoking The ACT Government has legislated that from the 1 December 2006 all enclosed areas in the ACT will become 100% non smoking. The Club has carefully considered the needs of both smoking and non-smoking patrons and has introduced a number of outdoor designated smoking areas at each venue.

Woden

Yamba

As part of the renovations completed in 2004, there is a large balcony off the gaming lounge and bar to cater for smokers. The Club has also introduced an outdoor smoking area, accessed from the Sports Lounge.

The Yamba Club has a terrace area off the

Tuggeranong For the comfort of members the Tuggeranong Club will soon have three new outdoor smoking areas. There will be a balcony off the Southern Cross Arms and two areas accessed from the gaming lounge.

With the internal renovations complete, the Southern Cross Yacht Club is one of Canberra’s finest lake side locations for a relaxing drink and quiet meal. You can still enjoy the award winning Lotus Bay Restaurant, fish and chips from the café or a tranquil lake cruise aboard the mv Southern Cross. The new look Yacht Club prides itself on being one of Canberra’s first completely smoke free venues.

gaming lounge to cater for smokers.

Yacht Club & Cruises Leading the way, the Yacht Club was one of Canberra’s first clubs to become completely non smoking in August. Smoking is permitted on the patio area downstairs.

For the comfort of all members we ask smokers to refrain from smoking at the entrances to the venues.

Careers & Employment The Canberra Southern Cross Club has enjoyed a solid performance over the last year and the contribution of our employees is at the very heart of this result. The Club’s ability to deliver quality products and services to our members relies on our ability to maintain a committed and skilled workforce. Across the hospitality industry, employers face new challenges as we deal with a shortage of skilled employees, especially in the areas of Kitchen staff (Chefs and Apprentices) and Operational Managers (Duty Managers and Supervisors). The Club’s goal over the coming year must be to continue to recruit the best applicants, retain our

Yamba Sports Club Update

Functions If you have ever hosted a big event at home or organised a work function you’ll know how complex and tiring it can be. Let the Southern Cross Club take the work and worry out of your next event. With rooms that cater from 15 to 400 people and unique venues like the mv Southern Cross and Lake Side Marquee the Southern Cross Club has the perfect venue for your family function, wedding, Christmas party, conference or corporate event.

Visit www.cscc.com.au to download function packages or call the functions hotline on 6283 7239.

Yamba has undergone some changes for the benefit of our members. Due to the popularity of the Southern Cross Health and Fitness Centre, the centre has expanded to the top floor of the Yamba Sports Club. To accommodate these changes the ground floor of the Club now has a new food outlet for members, Café Melrose. Here members can enjoy fresh sandwiches daily, cakes, pastries, coffees and also cooked to order meals such as steaks, chicken schnitzels and casseroles. Café Melrose is open from 9.30am until 8.30pm 7 days. Furthermore the club has installed new LCD screens so you can watch all your favourite sporting events. We look forward to seeing you at Yamba soon!

existing valuable employees, engage our workforce and develop the skills of all our employees, for the health of our business, the industry and the benefit of our members. The Club is always on the lookout for people committed to a career in hospitality, if you would like to enquire about our recruitment process and current vacancies, please visit our website www.cscc.com.au or contact the Human Resources Department on 6283 7200.

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If you think Grease is good you’ll love

Vaseline!

Join the crazy gang at ‘Happy Days Holiday Resort’ for the most outrageous summer holiday you will ever have. On the surface it may look as calm and placid as it did in the brochure but you won’t have to wait long for something unexpected to occur. VASELINE combines the best of great rock’n’roll music with the talent of some of Canberra’s finest performers all presented to you by The Canberra Southern Cross Club in association with Stephen Pike. In the tradition of Tarzan’s Theatre Restaurant VASELINE will be a most enjoyable way to celebrate the Christmas season and the winding down of 2006.

Countdown to

Christmas Giveaway Start earning your tickets from Wednesday 1 November 2006!

Three ways to earn tickets: Spend $10 on food (excludes functions)

Play the gaming machines with your card in the console Swipe your member card at the reward centre Yacht Club: 3 prizes – Thurs 7 Dec, 7pm Yamba: 30 prizes – Thurs 14 Dec, 7pm Tuggeranong: 60 prizes – Sun 17 Dec, 6pm Woden: 100 prizes – Thursday 21 Dec, 7pm

CHOICE OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: TRADING HOURS

Lunch: Tuesday - Friday 12noon-2pm Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday from 6pm Bar open for pre-dinner drinks at 5pm Bookings essential on 6283 7200

Spring Potato Soup Provencal potato and leek broth with gougères

Spring Bay Scallops with Pancetta

Four Pacific Oysters Savoy

COMING SOON TO HENRY’S Small children’s soft toy play area

Oysters wrapped in smoked salmon topped with crème fraiche and salmon roe

Penne with Smoked Chicken & Mushrooms Gluten free penne pasta with smoked chicken and wild mushrooms with truffle oil and parmesan crisps

Warm Jerusalem Artichoke Salad Warm salad of fresh Jerusalem artichoke with Toulouse sausage and garlic croutons topped with a lightly poached egg and creamy dressing

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Grilled Prime Rump Steak Grilled to order with mashed potato and glazed eschalots and red wine jus

Sautéed Veal with Apples & Corn Cakes CHOICE OF ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

Pan seared Spring Bay scallops topped with crisp pancetta served with a roasted fennel and orange salad

Friday 8, 15 and 22 December Saturday 9, 16 and 23 December Thursday 21 December Dinner & Show 7pm | $60 Show only 8.30pm | $25

TWO COURSE LUNCH SPECIAL $23.50*

Pan fried veal on corn blinis with wilted spinach and apple salad, topped with a Dijon mustard and brandy cream

Chargrilled Sword Fish Steak Topped with almond crust and served with sautéed potatoes and chargrilled lemon

Devilled Chicken Breast & Prawns Chicken breast and prawns pan fried with red wine vinegar and peppercorns, served with brandy cream sauce and mustard baby potatoes

Tunisian Lamb Fillet with Cous Cous Spicy lamb fillet with tomato ragout and capsicum cous cous

Pithvier of Vegetables Layers of eggplant, capsicum, tomato and zucchini baked in parmesan puff pastry served with tomato essence * subject to change without notice.

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A.C.N. 008 488 855

President’s Report Paul Rollings

Canberra Southern Cross Club

I am pleased to report a much improved trading performance following the disappointing result last year. A healthy surplus has enabled us to establish a cash reserve which will be needed to offset a further downturn in revenue when the total non smoking ban comes into effect in December 2006. As a result of our improved financial position and the decision to sublease the upper level of the Yamba Sports Club to the Health and Fitness Centre, the Board decided to take up its option to renew its lease on that Club for a further three years from October 2007. This decision has been warmly welcomed by the Bowling Club, Pitch & Putt members and other regular users of the Yamba Sports Club.

Message from our Patron Bishop Aloysius Morgan

The Club’s recent annual Community Support Grants luncheon and presentation was another outstanding success and one enjoyed by a large number of representatives from a broad crosssection of Canberra’s community organisations. I was privileged to attend the function and apart from the significant donations made by the Club, I could not help but be impressed by the tremendous community spirit and goodwill that was generated by bringing the various organisations together for such an occasion. It really does bring home to you just how many wonderful volunteer community groups there are in our city and the marvellous work they each do – my congratulations to you all.

it is to see how the Woden Club has grown and

These days, my visits to the Club are mainly confined to the Woden premises and I often think back to the time all those years ago when I turned the first sod of a project that seemed out in the middle of a paddock with very little residential or commercial development around it. What wonderful foresight and vision those early pioneers had and how marvellous

be with you all.

prospered. I am delighted that the other venues of the organisation are enjoying equal popularity. I join with the President and Board in encouraging young and old to continue to support the Club and to take advantage of its excellent facilities, especially those that promote social and community activities and events. The Club was founded first and foremost on the basis of promoting an environment where family and friends could come together and enjoy a relaxing and social get-together – I am sure those aims and objectives are still as important today. I pray God’s blessing, with peace of mind and heart,

+Bishop Aloysius Morgan

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In October 2005, David Grimmond, Mary Laughlin and myself were re-elected to the Board and I thank those members who participated in the election for their ongoing interest and support. Your board of Directors work very diligently and quite unselfishly to ensure the future success of the Club and I thank all Directors for their enthusiastic contributions over the past twelve months. This year marks the end of my second three year term as President and I feel privileged to have served in that capacity.

Carolynne Ryan tendered her resignation as a Director of the Club in January 2006. I thank Carolynne most sincerely for her valued contribution to the Board over the previous six years. All Directors and Executive Staff attended the Annual Board Seminar at Lake Illawarra in March 2006. At the seminar the Board’s Strategic Directions were reviewed and a number of key recommendations concerning the future welfare of the Club were submitted to the Board. The annual ClubsACT Awards for excellence are always keenly contested and in 2006 the Canberra Southern Cross Club was awarded: • Member Services Award (Large Club Division) • Club Dining Functions (less than 250) – Tuggeranong • Community Assistance (Large Club Division) Commendations were received for: • Promotion of Sport (Large Division) • Club Dining Restaurant Jackson’s Restaurant Tuggeranong All of the awards were gratefully accepted, however

In November 2005 the Club hosted the Catholic Earthcare Climate Change Conference which was attended by some 300 delegates from all States and Territories. From all reports the conference was an outstanding success.

winning the prestigious Member Services Award for

The ClubsACT Annual Conference was held at Bateman’s Bay in November 2005 with eight Directors attending. This conference keeps Directors informed of major changes to legislation and government policy affecting the Club industry as well as providing an opportunity to network with Directors and staff from other licensed Clubs in the ACT.

their contributions towards the Club’s prosperity. I also

the sixth consecutive year was extremely pleasing. On behalf of the Board I thank our Chief Executive Officer, Greg Mitchell, our Company Secretary, Rod Frazer, Executive Staff and Venue Managers for thank our valued service staff for their professional and friendly service to you, the members. Needless to say the Club would not be where it is today without the ongoing patronage of our members. I trust that you will continue to enjoy the many services provided by the Club.

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Message from the Chief Minister Jon Stanhope MLA

The Canberra Southern Cross Club is one of the cornerstones of the Canberra community. It’s been that way for more than 30 years. From its earliest days, when 2,500 Canberrans came together to build a club where they could enjoy meals with their families, trips to the snow, Christmas parties, sports, dinners and movies in the school holidays, the Southern Cross Club has been building community spirit in our city. Today, it has grown into a meeting place where its 72,000 members can take part in community life and choose from more than 50 social clubs where they can share their interests in crafts, mah-jong, badminton, AFL and even little athletics. Of course, the club’s community role has not come without responsibility. It has a long history of

looking out for the community and the $1 million it provides each year to community and sporting groups, schools, charities, and social and welfare organisations is a great credit to the club and all of its members. The Canberra Southern Cross Club has grown to be a valuable asset to the Canberra community and I applaud its achievements. I look forward to seeing the club continue to prosper and support the Canberra community.

Jon Stanhope MLA Chief Minister

Community Support Committee Jack Rice - Chairman

On 13 August 2006 the Club was pleased to welcome Chief Minister John Stanhope and several other MLA’s to the annual community support lunch. At this function the Chief Minister once again congratulated the club for its continued outstanding community contribution as he presented cheques to over 100 charitable and other community organisations. This year the club received more than twice the number of applications for assistance than it has in previous years. Whilst all of the projects for which funding was requested had merit there clearly is a limit to the amount that can be provided and the Committee regrets that funding was not able to be provided to them all. As a general rule priority is given to local charities over national ones, in

keeping with the club’s philosophy of supporting the local community. In July this year I was pleased to represent the club at a function at the Australian Catholic University (Signadou) where Associate Professor Peter Camilleri and Senator Gary Humphries thanked the club for its recent assistance in establishing a scholarship for Social Workers and for its continuing support for the University library which has amounted to more than $100,000 over the last ten years or so. It is a pleasure to be associated with the good work done by the club within the community. The assessment of the many hundreds of applications for assistance is a daunting task conducted mostly by Mary Laughlin, Kim Marshall and John Lewis and I thank them most sincerely for their commitment.

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Planning and Development Committee Bob Lloyd - Senior Vice President

The Planning and Development Committee has been well served by my fellow committee members, Kim Marshall, Mary Laughlin, Adrian O’Loughlin, and David Grimmond to whom I extend my thanks for their advice and support. Our thanks also go to the management team especially Greg Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer and Rod Frazer, Company Secretary.

As mentioned in previous reports the Board had

The buildings of the Woden precinct including our neighbours ‘Sky Plaza’ have now been completed as has the walkway between the two buildings connecting Corinna Street to Hindmarsh Drive.

Yamba Sports Club the Board decided to sub-lease

The multi storey covered car park with direct entry into the Club has proven to be an outstanding success and has been the subject of repeated complimentary remarks over the last few months. It is especially pleasing that the Board has been able to maintain its policy of free parking for members and guests using the facilities.

Sports Club were consolidated downstairs.

The Planning and Development Committee over the past year has continued its review of the strategic plan and in particular keeping in mind the no smoking legislation that commences on December 1 2006 and the need to put in place a revised refurbishment program. To that end work has now begun on providing smoking verandas at the Woden Club in two areas. The first will be off the Poker Machine Room to the North of the building and the other off the Sports area to the South.

previously decided to sell and lease back some of the Club’s assets in the Woden area in particular the sites at the Yamba Club, this is old news! This year the Board took the decision to maintain a presence at the Yamba Sports Club until at least the year 2010 and have put in place the lease arrangements necessary. After consultation with the groups using the top floor to the Southern Cross Gym operator and transfer its function operations to the Woden Club. The food operations for those using the Yamba

The committee is pleased to advise that the Board has given the green light to begin preliminary work on improving the fit out of the Yacht Club and to start on the master plan for major renovations and extensions. In the first instance at a cost of $250,000 we will have seen at the time of this report, a refurbishment of fixtures and fittings including an expanded and remodelled kitchen area. The Board has also made the decision for the Yacht Club to be completely non-smoking, including the eastern patio as from the reopening date in August, a first for a major club within the ACT. The Committee hope you enjoy the current changes including the refurbished signature restaurant upstairs at Woden - the Southern Cross Restaurant & Cocktail Bar.

Extensions and renovations to the Tuggeranong Club have also begun and will consist of three new verandas, positioned at the south, north and west of the building. Planning is almost complete for the extension to the cooking facilities at the grill on the main floor.

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Chief Executive Officer’s Report

Member Services Committee

Greg Mitchell

Jack Rice - Chairman

Significant improvement has occurred in the Club’s

3. Refits are also either planned or underway at the

trading and financial performance over the last 12

main restaurant at the Woden club and the upstairs

months. The disruption of the building program of

restaurant at Tuggeranong. We hope that members

the previous two years has been put behind us,

will take the opportunity to enjoy the wonderful

and with the parking problems that have beset

dining experiences at both these venues.

the club for many years now behind us, I am sure that we can look forward to the future with some confidence. The club now offers facilities that are second to none in Canberra and the challenge to the Member Services Committee is to ensure that the quality of our product and service matches the excellent facilities the club enjoys. To this end there are a number of significant developments either recently completed or soon to commence to ensure that this is the case, such as: 1. Refurbishment of the Yacht Club – a long overdue ‘makeover’ to the Yacht club costing some $250,000 will have been completed by the time you read this report. I hope you take the opportunity to see and try the improvements at this wonderful venue. Following the reopening the Yacht Club will be a totally non smoking venue. 2. As a result of the need for more space and better facilities at the Southern Cross Gym, the top floor of the Yamba has been totally renovated and is

The Member Services committee also has responsibility for the sporting and the social groups within the club and I am pleased to advise that the club has entered into significant partnership arrangements with both Royals Rugby Union Football Club and the Tuggeranong Hawks ACTAFL Club. These partnerships recognize the Southern Cross Club Board’s belief in the importance of long standing clubs such as these to the social and sporting fabric of the community and the imperative that they be supported and survive. We wish them both continued success and I am sure they would welcome your support as well. September sees the 20th Anniversary celebrations of the Apprentice Chefs Award at the Club. This competition is recognised within the hospitality industry in the ACT and we congratulate and thank all those involved in its continued success. Thanks also to the sponsors, most of whom have been involved for the life of the awards.

now the Group Exercise facility of the Gym. In

I thank my fellow committee members (John

addition to solving the growing problems of the

Lewis, Simon Plummer, Mary Laughlin and David

Gym this has allowed the poor trading of the

Grimmond) for their hard work and support. Whilst

Yamba club in recent years to be addressed

there is still much to be done, the fact that the

by a complete refit of the ground floor of the

Southern Cross Club won the Member Services

club. This has met with the approval of both

award at the ClubsACT award night for the sixth

the bowlers and the social users of the club, as

year in succession indicates that most things are

has the extension of the lease of this club for a

being done well and I thank CEO Greg Mitchell and

further 3 years.

his team for their hard work and dedication.

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The 2005/2006 financial year achieved a significant increase in the operating profit of the Canberra Southern Cross Club.

in tax and expected decrease in revenue will mean that the Club will need to continue to be diligent in its financial performance.

The improvement was achieved with the return of gaming revenue following the decrease with the banning of the use of the $50 and $100 notes in the gaming machine note acceptors.

The Clubs operating profit and therefore cashflow will be significantly affected over this period. Currently the Club, through its strategic management has significant cash resources to ensure continued operation and general upgrade as required over this recovery period.

In addition efficiency was achieved across a broad range of expenditure headings including wages, repairs and maintenance, interest payments, insurance and general purchasing items. The continuous review of the operations of the organisation over the last 3 years by the Board and Management has now shown the expected results not only in efficiency and the provision of products but in customer service. In this regard I wish to acknowledge the significant contribution by all staff members in particular the Venue Managers, Matt Walshe, Gus Sorrentino and Dallas Burkevics. As mentioned in last years report, the 2005/2006 financial year was seen as interference free and the results of the year certainly confirmed that situation. With the results of this year the Club is well ahead of the Board’s strategic financial position with regards to the introduction of non smoking within Clubs from December 2006. There is no doubt that there will be a reduction in revenue from December in the vicinity of 15% with a recovery period of between eighteen to twenty-four months. In addition the Government has advised that from July 2007, it proposes to increase the gaming revenue tax by 16.7%. If introduced this will mean an additional $500,000 tax will be paid for a full financial year. This increase

A number of outdoor smoking areas will be completed at Woden and Tuggeranong Clubs before the introduction of the smoking ban. The Yacht Club went totally non smoking in August this year. In the meantime, a number of projects have been put on hold waiting the outcome of the downturn. One of the projects is the Yacht Club. Whilst a significant upgrade of the interior of the Club will have been completed by the time this report is available, a master plan development will shortly be completed which will include a major upgrade and expansion of the Club. The timing of the development works will be dictated by the degree of downturn in the Club’s revenue with the commencement of the smoking ban. The Canberra Southern Cross Club continues to participate in the ClubsACT Club of the Year Awards. The Club once again received a number of awards including ClubsACT Member Services Award for the sixth consecutive year, the Community Assistance (Large Club Division) and the Club Dining Functions (less than 250) at Tuggeranong. Commendations were received for Promotion of Sport (Large Division) and Club Dining Restaurant - Jackson’s Restaurant Tuggeranong. For the first time ClubsACT held the “Chefs on Show” Award. The purpose being to provide an opportunity

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for Chefs working in Clubs to demonstrate the

I would like to thank Mr Rod Frazer, Company

What we do expect is the ability to operate and

high quality of meals that can be provided by Clubs.

Secretary for his continuous support during the

offer a legitimate and legalised form of entertainment

David Seymour, Executive Chef and Chef Fraser

year. In addition I would like to thank the Board of

to the vast majority of people who can handle it

Rowntree at the Yacht Club received the Bronze

Directors for their dedicated commitment to the

responsibly.

award and Stephen Calder, Executive Chef at

success of the Canberra Southern Cross Club. In

There have been high level comments implying

the Woden Club and Chef Trudi Lynch received a

particular I would like to mention the President, Mr

that clubs, through their involvement in operating

commendation.

Paul Rollings who will step down as President after

poker machines, cause social misery and economic

steering the Club through some turbulent times over

hardship. In the view of those associations that

the last three years. I would like to thank Paul for

represent the community based licensed club sector

his support over this time.

throughout Australia, these comments create an

I would like to personally thank all staff who assisted with the application process and who participated in the Chefs on Show Award. The receipt of Club Awards and the strong position of the Canberra Southern Cross Club can only be attributed to the dedicated and motivated staff who strive every day to make the Club experience a happy experience and one to remember. Junior staff to senior staff through to Venue Managers continue to put members first and for this I thank you. During the year Mrs Carol Sawyer resigned to further her accounting career after 16 years of exceptional

The Club still has to contend with some significant unknown consequences over the next two to three years and it will require the continued combined efforts of the Board, Management and Staff to ensure that the Canberra Southern Cross Club can continue to provide the same excellent services. With the Club in a good financial position all is ready to meet these challenges head on.

service. Carol will be certainly missed. I welcome Mr

I look forward to once again presenting a favourable

Charles Burne to the role of Chief Financial Officer.

report next year.

erroneous view of the work of not-for-profit clubs around Australia. Australian clubs have, for over half a century, applied the proceeds of gaming machines to the social good. At the centre of club activity is the provision of community and sporting infrastructure much of which would not otherwise exist. In the ACT the total value of clubs’ community contribution over the past 8 years is approaching $100 million – at an average of about 12% of net gaming revenue per year – considerably higher than the legislated amount of 7%, and given the

ClubsACT Open Letter to Members Bob Samarcq - Chief Executive, ClubsACT ClubsACT represents the interests of 33 clubs and club groups operating out of 56 venues across Canberra. The Canberra Southern Cross Club is a longstanding and leading club in the sector. All of our clubs are different but they have one single purpose and that is to serve their members as well as possible by providing the best facilities, amenities and services and at the same time deliver on their charter whether they be a sporting, ethnic, professional, services or cultural club.

all well and good, but the continued viability of the club sector in the ACT is reliant on more than just having nice things said about us.

opportunity we would like it to continue at this level. It is very easy to underestimate the level and breadth of support that clubs provide to the community. In fact these significant headline numbers really understate the extent of the contribution that individual clubs make which, as well as cash contributions, includes in-kind support and, in

What we need is a strong and healthy supportive

many cases, involvement with the recipient.

environment that allows licensed clubs to continue

Nor does it take into account clubs’ contribution

to grow and support the community in the manner

to “social capital” through volunteers, revenue

they have become accustomed to – but not at any

foregone by clubs providing subsidised services

cost and we have never argued for this.

and goods, and the role of clubs as a social and

The club sector is sensitive to the environment in

service centre.

Clubs are entering another challenging period, particularly over the coming twelve months or so.

which we operate and importantly the privilege

In many cases groups such as charities, schools,

that we have to provide gaming services in the ACT.

aged care, art and craft groups and regional and

A lot of good things are said about the way in which the club sector conducts its business and that is

We do not take that privilege for granted, nor do

ethnic community services groups would not be

we take our responsibilities lightly.

funded if it was not for a club.

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On the other hand we acknowledge that for some, gambling is a serious problem that can result in social harm. That is why we have devoted much of our effort – in conjunction with the ACT Government - to bringing about even more responsible gambling practices in clubs in Canberra. We believe that with club sector leadership, and encouragement from our political leaders, we can make a difference and reduce the prevalence of problem gambling. At the same time, we respect that many ordinary Australians like to play poker machines and that the vast majority do so with total care and responsibility. For most, playing poker machines is a form of leisure and for them, how much they spend is no different to how much they spend on other recreational pursuits. In the past year the club sector in the ACT has experienced some recovery in trading – regaining most of the loss in income associated with the ACT Government’s decision to restrict note acceptors. This begs the question whether the note acceptor restriction made any real difference to the problem gambler - which was the reason for the regulatory change in the first place because after 12 months the revenue levels have returned. What it did do was to reduce gaming revenue to ACT clubs by some $7.5 million in 2004/05 - or some $15 million against what the clubs had budgeted. Our view is that increased gaming expenditure is not a proxy for increased problem gambling, just as a reduction in gaming expenditure is not a proxy for a reduction in problem gambling. It is obviously more complex than that, but the easy route which damages the viability of clubs and their ability to support the community, without a making any real difference to problem gambling, is to view a cut in gaming expenditure per se as intrinsically desirable.

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Health and Fitness Centre

Financial Management Committee

Richard Peil

Adrian Caddy - Vice President

$500,000 Health Club Expansion

Thanks

The past 12 months have been the most exciting period since I joined the Health Club Management Team nearly 10 years ago. With the $500,000 expansion now complete we truly have one of the most complete Health and Fitness facilities in the country. We now have more treadmills, bikes, rowers, cross-trainers, weights machines, a Members Lounge, a purpose designed Stretch Zone and a Cycle Studio, and two larger Group Exercise Rooms. Womens Own is the new name of our womens area, and with the help of an interior designer we have created a welcoming environment, behind closed doors, to make our female members feel very comfortable.

As well as thanking the Members for their support, I would like to extend my gratitude to both the Board of the Southern Cross and the CEO Greg Mitchell for their continued support, both moral and financial. Of course, without the latter we would not be able to give the discounted rates Members are privileged to. Again, thank you!

Prior to the Expansion the active membership base had grown to just on 3 members per square meter of floor space. After adding over 800 sq mt that ratio has dropped to just on 2 members per sq mt. I would like to reassure all current and future members that we will not allow the membership base to ever grow back to its’ previously overcrowded state. In fact we will cap the active member base to 2.5 members per sq mt to ensure minimal waiting times for equipment and appointments etc, thus ensuring a more comfortable environment for all. We did agonise over whether we were spending too much money on the expansion, but the response from the Members has made it all worthwhile. We have received overwhelming support and gratitude from 99% of people. For this support, we thank all of our Members and we hope you enjoy your new improved Health Club! If you haven’t visited the new facilities yet, call us on 6283 7340 and we will arrange a free 7 day membership for you (no obligation).

Awesome Staff Providing a state of the art facility would mean little if we didn’t have the most friendly and professional staff in the industry. A big claim I know, but honestly, I am continually amazed by the way this group of people work together to ‘make things happen’. In an industry traditionally full of ego’s, we are blessed to have a group of individuals that are proud to be a part of a team. You are all awesome.

Anthropology Study In order to maximise members usage of the new larger facility, we decided to contract Dr Shirley Campbell (Visiting Research Fellow School of Archaeology and Anthropology, ANU) to do a ‘first of its kind’ study in the Fitness Industry. We asked her to study the true reasons why: 1. People attend the Club (what services are valued) 2. Why people leave the Club (what we don’t do well), and 3. What barriers stops some individuals from ever walking through the doors of a Health Club. The results so far have been surprising and very very useful in helping us to continue to improve the services we deliver to you our Members. We will work on implementing more positive changes to these services over the next 12 months, utilising what the research has highlighted. Very exciting and cutting edge stuff! Stay tuned for another exciting 12 months ahead!

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In terms of core trading, the Club performed better than budget in the latest financial year. Following on trading losses of around half a million dollars in the previous two years, the club turned in a profit in line with those traditionally earned by the club. Performance was up in all areas except Yamba where there were significant operational changes which have changed the basic nature of the venue. A most pleasing aspect of the year’s trading is that while sales of beverages and food were up marginally from last year, our efficiency has increased markedly with the result that these functions contributed materially to the club’s well being. This reflects the hard work put in by management and staff who have achieved results with no decrease in the high standards of service. While the signs are that we have won the battle the war is still on; the future is going to be tough. The Club is budgeting for a small surplus in 2006-07. The smoking ban legislated for December 2006 is expected to have a serious impact on revenue and, based on evidence from Victoria where lesser bans were introduced some years ago, the Club is budgeting for a substantial downturn in poker machine revenue. Looking further ahead, the Government’s has flagged that it may increase Gaming Tax from 1 July 2007 by 16.7% and if it does, the impact will be severe; it would cost the club around half a million dollars. Despite the difficult environment, the club remains asset strong with very positive cash flow.

The Financial Management Committee’s major objectives continue to be monitoring and reporting on the financial performance of the club and to advise on the financial viability of investments. A series of processes ensures that the Club fulfils its obligations to all stakeholders. Each month the Committee measures the performance of the Club against the budget and a regimen of benchmarks contained in the Club’s business plan. A member of the Committee heads up the Internal Audit Committee which reports each month. Additionally the Financial Management Committee is responsible for the Risk Management Plan. We are now into our second Risk Management Plan and, the existence of the plan has been a factor in gaining reduced insurance premiums this year. In this year’s annual report the Club has again provided much more financial information than is legally required and in a form that the Board hopes is meaningful to most members. I take this opportunity to thank Kim Marshall, Adrian O’Loughlin, Simon Plummer, and John Lewis who form the Committee. I thank the management group, Greg Mitchell, Rod Frazer, Carol Sawyer (until she left the club) and more recently, Charles Burne for excellent and timely reports that made our work possible. The Committee continues to have an excellent working relationship with the Commonwealth Bank.

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Directors’ Report

Directors’ Report

The directors of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited submit herewith the annual financial report

Review of Operations

for the financial year ended 30 June 2006. In order to comply with the provisions of the Corporations

Operations comprised the running of licensed club facilities and the provision of member services.

Act 2001, the directors report as follows:

Further details regarding the operations are included within the annual report.

The names and particulars of the directors of the company during or since the end of the financial year are:

Changes in State of Affairs Name

Special Responsibilities

Years Service

Occupation

During the financial year there was no significant change in the state of affairs of the consolidated

P. L. Rollings

President

15

Retired

entity other than that referred to in the financial statements or notes thereto.

R. W. Lloyd

Senior Vice President

10

Company Director

A. F. Caddy P.S.M., B Comm.

Vice President

32

Retired

J. J. Rice B Econ.

Vice President

25

Business Manager

D. N. Grimmond OAM FREIA

Director

5

Real Estate Agent

may significantly affect, the operations of the consolidated entity, the results of those operations, or

M. B. Laughlin B Arts

Director

13

Public Servant

the state of affairs of the consolidated entity in future financial years.

J. J. Lewis

Director

3

Company Director

K. Marshall

Director

3

Public Servant

J. A. O’Loughlin AFSAE

Director

30

Executive Director

future financial years and the expected results of those operations is likely to result in unreasonable

S. C. Plummer

Director

7

Manager

prejudice to the consolidated entity. Accordingly, this information has not been disclosed in this report.

C. A. Ryan B Arts

Director

7

Retired

Company Secretary

Subsequent Events There has not been any matter or circumstance, other than that referred to in the financial statements or notes thereto, that has arisen since the end of the financial year, that has significantly affected, or

Future Developments Disclosure of information regarding likely developments in the operations of the consolidated entity in

Indemnification of Officers and Auditors During the financial year, the company paid a premium in respect of a contract insuring the directors of the company (as named on p28), the company secretary, and all executive officers of the company

Rod Frazer has ten years service with Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited and 13 years as a director,

and of any related body corporate against a liability incurred as such a director, secretary or executive

of which 3 were as President.

officer to the extent permitted by the Corporations Act 2001. The contract of insurance prohibits

Principal Activities The consolidated entity’s activity in the course of the financial year was the operation of licensed club

disclosure of the nature of the liability and the amount of the premium. The consolidated entity has not otherwise, during or since the financial year, indemnified or agreed to indemnify an officer or auditor of the company or of any related body corporate against a liability

facilities. During the financial year there was no significant change in the nature of that activity.

incurred as such an officer or auditor.

Dividends

Directors’ Meetings

In accordance with the Articles of Association, the company is a company limited by guarantee to

The Table on the following page sets out the number of directors’ meetings (including meetings of

the extent of $2.00 per member, and accordingly no shares or debentures have been issued and no

committees of directors) held during the financial year and the number of meetings attended by each

dividends have been recommended or paid since the start of the financial year.

director (while they were a director or committee member).

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Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu A.C.N. 74 490 121 060

Directors’ Report

Directors’ Meetings

Financial Management Committee

Member Services Committee

Planning and Development Committee

Held Attended

Held Attended

Held Attended

Held Attended

A. F. Caddy

14

14

12

11

-

1

-

1

Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited PO Box 53 WODEN ACT 2606

D. N. Grimmond

14

10

-

-

12

9

12

9

14 September 2006

M. B. Laughlin

14

14

-

1

12

11

8

8

J. J. Lewis

14

14

12

9

12

10

-

-

Directors

R. W. Lloyd

14

14

-

1

-

2

12

12

K. Marshall

14

14

8

8

5

5

5

5

J. A. O’Loughlin

14

13

12

10

-

-

12

12

S. C. Plummer

14

11

12

4

12

4

-

-

P. L. Rollings

14

14

4

4

-

-

2

2

J. J. Rice

14

13

3

4

8

8

4

4

C. A. Ryan

7

6

1

1

2

2

6

5

- : Director not required to attend Committee Meeting

Level 2 8 Brindabella Circuit Brindabella Business Park ACT 2609 GPO Box 823 Canberra ACT 2601 Australia DX 5661 Tel: +61 (0) 2 6263 7000 Fax: +61 (0) 2 6263 7001 www.deloitte.com.au

Dear Directors

Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited In accordance with section 307C of the Corporations Act 2001, I am pleased to provide the following declaration of independence to the directors of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited. As lead audit partner for the audit of the financial statements of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited for the financial year ended 30 June 2006, I declare that to the best of my knowledge and belief, there have been no contraventions of:

In all cases of absences, directors were absent on club business, on leave or absent due to work

(i) the auditor independence requirements of the Corporations Act 2001 in relation to the audit; and

commitments. In all instances leave of absence was sought and approved.

(ii) any applicable code of professional conduct in relation to the audit.

The auditor’s independence declaration is included in page 31 of the financial report. Signed in accordance with a resolution of the directors made pursuant to Section 298(2) of the Corporations Act 2001.

Yours sincerely

On behalf of the Directors DELOITTE TOUCHE TOHMATSU

A.F. Caddy

P.L. Rollings

Director

Director

14 September, Canberra, ACT

David Black Partner Chartered Accountants

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu A.C.N. 74 490 121 060 Level 2 8 Brindabella Circuit Brindabella Business Park ACT 2609 GPO Box 823 Canberra ACT 2601 Australia DX 5661 Tel: +61 (0) 2 6263 7000 Fax: +61 (0) 2 6263 7001 www.deloitte.com.au

We have also performed an independent audit of the full financial report of the company for the year ended 30 June 2006. Our audit report on the full financial report was signed on 14 September 2006 and was not subject to any qualification. Our procedures in respect of the audit of the concise financial report included testing that the information in the concise financial report is consistent with the full financial report, and examination, on a test basis, of evidence supporting the amounts, discussion and analysis, and other disclosures in the concise financial report that were not directly derived from the full financial report. These procedures have been undertaken to form an opinion whether, in all material respects, the concise financial report is presented fairly in accordance with Accounting

Independent Audit Report to the Members of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited

Standard AASB 1039 “Concise Financial Reports”. The audit opinion expressed in this report has been formed on the above basis.

Scope

Audit Opinion

The concise financial report and directors’ responsibility

In our opinion, the concise financial report of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited for the year ended

The concise financial report of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited comprises the balance

30 June 2006 complies with Accounting Standard AASB 1039 “Concise Financial Reports”.

sheet, income statement, cash flow statement, statement of recognised income and expense, and accompanying notes for the consolidated entity for the year ended 30 June 2006 as set out on pages 34 to 42. The consolidated entity comprises both Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited (the company) and the entities it controlled at the year’s end or from time to time during

DELOITTE TOUCHE TOHMATSU

the financial year. The directors of the company are responsible for the preparation and presentation of the concise financial report in accordance with Accounting Standard AASB 1039 “Concise Financial Reports”. This includes responsibility for the maintenance of adequate financial records and internal controls that are designed to prevent and detect fraud and error, and for the accounting policies and accounting estimates inherent in the concise financial report.

David Black Partner Chartered Accountants Canberra, 14 September 2006

Audit approach We have conducted an independent audit of the concise financial report in order to express an opinion on it to the members of the company. Our audit has been conducted in accordance with Australian Auditing Standards to provide reasonable assurance whether the concise financial report is free of material misstatement. The nature of an audit is influenced by factors such as the use of professional judgement, selective testing, the inherent limitations of internal controls, and the availability of persuasive rather than conclusive evidence. Therefore, an audit cannot guarantee that all material misstatements have been detected.

Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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Directors’ Declaration

Balance Sheet As at 30 June 2006

The directors declare that: (a) in the directors’ opinion, there are reasonable grounds to believe that the company will be able to pay its debts as and when they become due and payable; and (b) in the directors’ opinion, the attached financial statements and notes thereto are in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001, including compliance with accounting standards and giving a true and fair view of the financial position and performance of the consolidated entity.

Signed in accordance with a resolution of the directors made pursuant to Section 295(5) of the Corporations Act 2001. On behalf of the Directors

A.F. Caddy Director

P.L. Rollings Director

14 September, Canberra, ACT

Consolidated

2006 $

2005 $

Cash assets

6,251,093

3,279,255

Receivables

450,073

579,156

Inventories

180,469

397,356

Other financial assets

404,648

174,859

Total Current Assets

7,286,283

4,430,626

107,164

151,384

Current Assets

Non-Current Assets Other financial assets

Income Statement

Receivables

For the financial year ended 30 June 2006

Consolidated

Note

2006 $

2005 $

Sales revenue

2

35,137,709

34,194,306

Cost of sales

2

(8,927,995)

(8,718,997)

26,209,714

25,475,309

Gross Profit

35,000

42,008,813

43,581,539

Total Non-Current Assets

42,150,977

43,767,923

Total Assets

49,437,260

48,198,549

Payables

2,151,452

2,040,506

Interest-bearing liabilities

Current Liabilities 1,165,548

1,331,245

Provisions

619,393

624,048

Other

511,850

341,096

4,448,243

4,336,895

6,547,793

7,483,326

129,247

201,137

295,354

11,401,419

(14,898,756)

(15,085,327)

(577,486)

(753,424)

(774,316)

(1,372,325)

Non-Current Liabilities

(5,758,587)

(6,126,988)

Interest-bearing liabilities

Operating lease expenses

(765,000)

(573,750)

Provisions

Show expenses

(617,821)

(668,218)

Other

Other revenue from ordinary activities

2

35,000

Property, plant and equipment

Administration expenses Borrowing costs Marketing expenses Occupancy expenses

2

Total Current Liabilities

25,657

128,289

6,702,697

7,812,752

Total Liabilities

11,150,940

12,149,647

Net Assets

38,286,320

36,048,902

Total Non-Current Liabilities

(875,684)

(1,162,192)

2,237,418

1,366,791

-

-

Profit for the period

2,237,418

1,366,791

Retained Profits

38,286,320

36,048,902

Profit attributable to members of the parent entity

2,237,418

1,366,791

Total Members’ Funds

38,286,320

36,048,902

Other expenses from ordinary activities Profit before income tax expense Income tax expense

Notes to the financial statements are included on pages 37 - 42.

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Members’ Funds

Notes to the financial statements are included on pages 37 - 42.

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Statement of Recognised Income and Expense

Notes to the Financial Statements

For the financial year ended 30 June 2006

NOTE 1 - Basis of Preparation

Consolidated

2006 $

2005 $

Profit for the period

2,237,418

1,366,791

Total recognised income and expense for the period

2,237,418

1,366,791

Consolidated

2006 $

2005 $

38,851,239

37,221,735

(31,909,292)

(32,663,303)

160,329

80,452

(577,486)

(753,424)

6,524,790

3,885,460

Cash Flows from Operating Activities Receipts from customers Payments to suppliers and employees Interest received Interest and other costs of finance paid Net cash provided by operating activities

Proceeds from the sale of property, plant and equipment Net cash provided by /(used) in investing activities

The accounting policies set out below have been applied in preparing the financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2006, the comparative information presented in these financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2005, and in the preparation of the opening A-IFRS balance sheet at 1 July 2004, (as disclosed in note 9), the consolidated entity’s date of transition, except for the accounting policies in respect of financial instruments. The consolidated entity has not restated comparative information for financial instruments, including derivatives, as permitted under the first-time adoption transitional provisions – instead, adjustments are made to the opening balances of the current financial year to ensure that the opening balances comply with the new accounting policies. A full description of the accounting policies adopted by the consolidated entity is provided in the 2006 financial statements, which form part of the full financial report.

NOTE 2 – Profit / (Loss) From Operations

Cash Flows from Investing Activities Payments for property, plant and equipment

All amounts are presented in Australian dollars. The consolidated entity changed its accounting policies on 1 July 2005 to comply with A-IFRS. The transition to A-IFRS is accounted for in accordance with Accounting Standard AASB 1 ‘First-time Adoption of Australian Equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards’, with 1 July 2004 as the date of transition. An explanation of how the transition from superseded policies to A-IFRS has affected the company’s and consolidated entity’s financial position, financial performance and cash flows is discussed in note 9.

Cash Flow Statement For the financial year ended 30 June 2006

The concise financial report has been prepared in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001 and Accounting Standard AASB 1039 ‘Concise Financial Reports’. The concise financial report, including the financial statements and specific disclosures included in the concise financial report, has been derived from the full financial report of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited.

(2,949,945)

(3,536,039)

585,424

8,460,945

(2,364,521)

4,924,906

Cash Flows from Financing Activities

Consolidated

2006 $

2005 $

Gaming Revenue

19,764,396

18,459,844

Revenue from the sale of goods

12,607,179

12,793,988

(a) Revenue Revenue from operations consisted of the following items:

Repayment of borrowings

(1,182,821)

(9,363,899)

Rental Revenue

1,009,835

986,923

Net cash used in financing activities

(1,182,821)

(9,363,899)

Interest Revenue

160,329

80,452

Net Increase / (Decrease) in Cash Held

2,977,448

(553,533)

Membership income

298,109

362,658

37,732

47,809

Cash held at the beginning of the year

3,404,052

3,957,585

Members’ entertainment income

548,313

614,487

Cash at the end of the year

6,381,500

3,404,052

Other

711,816

848,145

35,137,709

34,194,306

Notes to the financial statements are included on pages 37 - 42.

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Bowling income

Total

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NOTE 2 continued

(b) Profit before Income Tax

NOTE 3 – Employee Entitlements

Consolidated

2006 $

2005 $

The aggregate employment liability recognised and included in the financial statements is as follows: Consolidated

Profit before income tax has been arrived at after crediting the following gains and losses from operations:

Provisions for employee benefit

Profit on sale of property, plant and equipment

2005 $

295,354

1,633,706

Current

619,393

624,048

295,354

1,633,706

Non-current

129,247

201,137

748,640

825,185

151

162

Profit before income tax has been arrived at after (charging) the following expenses:

Number of employees (on a full-time equivalent basis) at the end of the financial year

Cost of sales: Gaming

4,037,688

3,745,431

Other sales

4,890,307

4,973,566

8,927,995

8,718,997

Finance costs

NOTE 4 – Remuneration of Auditors

Consolidated

2006 $

2005 $

Audit of the financial report

46,050

44,250

Other non-audit services

33,230

31,040

79,280

75,290

Audit of the parent entity

Interest - other entities

565,759

747,174

Interest - finance leases

11,727

6,250

577,486

753,424

9,927

11,573

9,927

11,573

Bad debts written off - other entities

2006 $

The auditor of Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited is Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.

NOTE 5 – Key Management Personnel Compensation

Depreciation and amortisation of non-current assets: Buildings

1,572,110

1,629,993

The specified directors of the consolidated entity during the year were:

Property, plant and equipment

2,687,864

2,662,541

P. L. Rollings (President)

R. W. Lloyd (Senior Vice President)

54,218

70,607

J. J. Rice, B.Econ. (Vice President)

J. A. O’Loughlin, AFSAE (Director)

4,314,192

4,363,141

A. F. Caddy, P.S.M., B.Comm. (Vice President)

K. Marshall (Director)

D. N. Grimmond OAM FREIA (Director)

J. J. Lewis (Director)

M. B. Laughlin B Arts (Director)

C. A. Ryan B Arts (Director)

Leased assets

Operating lease rental expenses: Minimum lease payments

765,000

573,750

765,000

573,750

G. Mitchell (Chief Executive Officer)

C. Sawyer (Chief Financial Officer) – resigned 31/3/06

Defined contribution plans

699,707

731,548

R. Frazer (Company Secretary)

B. Paul (Chief Operating Officer) – resigned 23/6/06

Termination benefits

187,926

149,343

C. Burne (Chief Financial Officer) – appointed 1/4/06

J. Hall (HR Manager) – resigned 13/1/06

9,204,578

9,675,898

10,092,211

10,556,789

Employee benefits expense - Post employment benefits:

Other employee benefits

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S. C. Plummer (Director) The specified executives of the consolidated entity during the year were:

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NOTE 5 continued (a) Key management personnel remuneration

NOTE 7- Contingent Liabilities

Consolidated

2005 $

2006 $

The aggregate compensation of the key management personnel of the consolidated entity is set out below: Short-term employee benefits Other long-term benefits Termination benefits

711,669

606,768

12,644

32,034

37,986

-

762,299

638,802

Consolidated

In the ordinary course of business, the consolidated entity becomes involved in litigation, most of which falls within the consolidated entity’s insurance arrangements. While the outcomes are uncertain, the directors believe that no other matters exist which would have a material adverse effect on the consolidated entity’s operations.

NOTE 8 - Remuneration Under Contractual Arrangements and Consultancies Contractors or consultants who received or were due to receive $49,999 or more under contractual arrangements: A1 Premium Services

International Gaming Technologies

ACTEWAGL

Leading Edge Amusements

Aristocrat Leisure Industries

Reel Gaming Solutions

Included within key management remuneration in note 5(a) above is remuneration paid to the following numbers

Chubb Security

Schindler’s Lifts Australia Pty Ltd

of executives who received or were to receive total remuneration of $100,000 or more during the year:

De Marco Property Development

SITA Environmental Solutions

Deloitte Touche Tomatsu

Sky Channel

Epicurean Contract Caterers

Transact

Fox Sports

TTM Security

(b) Executives remuneration

2005 No.

2006 No.

$100,000 - $200,000

3

2

$200,001 - $300,000

1

1

Honeywell

Consolidated

(c) Directors remuneration

2006 $

2005 $

otherwise made available, in respect of the financial year, to all directors of the company, directly or

NOTE 9 – Impacts of the Adoption of Australian Equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards

indirectly, by the company or by any related party. This represents payments for out of pocket expenses as

The entity changed its accounting policies on 1 July 2005 to comply with the Australian equivalents

Included within key management remuneration in note 5(a) above is remuneration paid or payable, or

approved at the 2001 Annual General meeting in accordance with Article 56A of the articles of association. Directors remuneration

97,193

90,080

to International Financial Reporting Standards (‘A-IFRS’). The transition to A-IFRS is accounted for in accordance with Accounting Standard AASB 1 ‘First-time Adoption of Australian Equivalents to International Financial Reporting Standards’, with 1 July 2004 the date of transition. An explanation of how the transition from superseded policies to A-IFRS has affected the company and

NOTE 6 – Segment Reporting The consolidated entity operates in one business segment, being the operation of a registered club. Although this business generates different revenues (refer note 2) the risks and returns are considered to be similar. The consolidated entity also operates in only one geographic segment as it operates solely

consolidated entity’s financial position, financial performance and cash flows is set out in the following tables and notes that accompany the tables. There was no impact on the balance sheet as at 1 July 2004, the balance sheet as at 30 June 2005 or the cash flow for the year ended 30 June 2005.

within the ACT.

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cscc annual report 05-06 41


NOTE 9 continued Effect of A-IFRS on the Income Statement for the year ended 30 June 2005

Graphs

Consolidated

Superseded policies* $

Effect of Transition to A-IFRS $

A-IFRS $

Revenue

31,253,832

2,940,474

34,194,306

Cost of sales

(8,718,997)

-

(8,718,997)

Gross Profit

22,534,835

2,940,474

25,475,309

Other income

11,401,419

(9,767,713)

1,633,706

(15,085,327)

-

(15,085,327)

(753,424)

-

(753,424)

Marketing expenses

(1,372,325)

-

(1,372,325)

Occupancy expenses

(6,126,988)

-

(6,126,988)

(573,750)

-

(573,750)

(6,827,239)

6,827,239

-

Administration expenses Borrowing costs

Operating lease expenses Net value of property, plant and equipment disposals Show expenses

(668,218)

Other expenses

(1,162,192)

Profit/ (Loss) before income tax expense

1,366,791

-

(668,218) (1,162,192)

-

1,366,791

-

-

-

Profit from continuing operations

1,366,791

-

1,366,791

Profit for the period

1,366,791

-

1,366,791

Profit attributable to minority interest

1,366,791

-

1,366,791

Profit attributable to members of the parent entity

1,366,791

-

1,366,791

Income tax expense

Consolidated Expenses from Ordinary Activity 2005/06

Consolidated Revenue from Ordinary Activity 2005/06

Cost of Goods – $4.9m

Gaming Revenue – $19.8m

Utilities (electricity, fuel, phone, rates) – $1.1m

Beverage Revenue – $4.7m

Salaries and On Costs – $10m

Food Revenue – $7.9

Other Expenses – $12.4m

Membership Income – $298,109

Gaming Promotions – $854,583

Members Entertainment Income – $548,313

Depreciation and Amortisation - $4.3m

Other Revenue – $1.9m

Club Gaming Trading 2005/06

Club Liquor Trading 2005/06

* Reported financial results for the financial year ended 30 June 2005

There are no material differences between the cash flow statement presented under A-IFRS and the cash flow statement presented under the superseded policies.

NOTE 10 – Additional Company Information Canberra Southern Cross Club Limited is a company limited by guarantee, incorporated and operating in Australia. Its registered office and principal place of business is:

Gaming Machine Levy – $3.7m

Cost of Sales – $2m

92-96 Corinna Street Phillip ACT 2606

Depreciation – $1.8m

Depreciation – $59,423

Gaming Promotions – $854,583

Wages and On Costs – $1.6m

Every member undertakes to contribute to the assets of the company in the event of and for the purposes of the winding up of the company, an amount not exceeding $2. There were 70,514 financial members at 30 June 2006 (2005: 71,762 members).

Wages and On Costs – $1.7m

Other Expenses – $392,422

Other Expenses – $665,186

Operating Surplus – $698,547

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Operating Surplus – $11m

cscc annual report 05-06 43


Graphs

Election of Directors - 2006 Annual General Meeting

Rod Frazer - Company Secretary Club Food Trading 2005/06

Sport and Recreation Trading 2005/06

No Ballot Necessary! Under our Constitution, three Directors of the Board must retire at each Annual General Meeting (but are eligible for re-election, subject to the usual criteria) which is determined on a rotation basis and the three Directors who need to retire this year are Adrian Caddy, Kim Marshall and Jack Rice. They are all eligible for re-election and have been nominated for election. No other candidates have nominated for election this

The Board of Directors will meet prior to the Annual general Meeting on 25 October 2006 and elect the Board Executive for the forthcoming year, which will be announced at the Annual General meeting. The remaining seven Directors who do not need to stand for election at this time are; Paul Rollings, Bob Lloyd, David Grimmond, Mary Laughlin, John Lewis, Adrian O’Loughlin, and Simon Plummer.

year and therefore we have three candidates standing for the three positions to be declared vacant. Cost of Goods – $2.9m

Cost of Goods – $72,545

Depreciation – $122,581

Depreciation – $298,458

Wages and On Costs – $3.8m

Wages and On Costs – $357,277

Other Expenses – $781,616

Other Expenses – $768,816

Operating Surplus – $331,796

Operating Deficit – $189,323

Club Members Trading 2005/06

Distribution of Gaming Machine Dollars 2005/06

Agenda - Thirty-fifth Annual General Meeting To be held at 8.00pm, Wednesday 25 October, 2006 1

Apologies

2

Minutes of the thirty-fourth Annual General Meeting of 19 October 2005

3

Presentation of Annual Report

4

Presentation of Finance Report and Balance Sheet

5

Auditor’s Report

6

Election of Directors

7

Appointment and remuneration of Auditors

8

Appointment of Patron

9

Other such business brought forward in conformity with the constitution

Entertainment Expenses – $424,961

Return to Players

10 Setting of Director’s honoraria for out of pocket expenses in accordance with Article 12.6

Members Promotion Expenses – $237,566

Club Hold

Wages and On Costs – $610,563

Direct Expenses including Taxes and Community Expenses

11 General business

Other Expenses – $362,886 Operating Deficit – $1.3m

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cscc annual report 05-06 45


Terms and Conditions

contact your club

The Board of Directors

Canberra Southern Cross Club

Valid at any Canberra Southern Cross Club Bar except on Fridays, Saturdays & Public Holidays. Not valid onboard MVSX. One voucher per person. Not Valid with any other offer. Regular policies & procedures apply. Valid only as specified. No exchanges, refunds on vouchers or change given. In case of any dispute, manager on duty will make final decision. Expires 28/2/07

Terms and Conditions

Woden 6283 7200 92-96 Corinna Street Paul Rollings

Bob Lloyd

Adrian Caddy PSM

Jack Rice B Econ

PRESIDENT

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

Phillip ACT 2606

Tuggeranong 6293 7200 Cnr Pitman & Holwell Streets Tuggeranong ACT 2901

Valid at any Canberra Southern Cross Club Bar except on Fridays, Saturdays & Public Holidays. Not valid onboard MVSX. One voucher per person. Not Valid with any other offer. Regular policies & procedures apply. Valid only as specified. No exchanges, refunds on vouchers or change given. In case of any dispute, manager on duty will make final decision. Expires 28/2/07

Terms and Conditions Valid at any Canberra Southern Cross Club Raffle. One voucher per person. Not Valid with any other offer. Regular policies & procedures apply. Valid only as specified. No exchanges, refunds

Yamba Sports Club 6283 7300 Adrian O’Loughlin AFSAE

Mary Laughlin B Arts

Simon Plummer

David Grimmond

DIRECTOR

DIRECTOR

DIRECTOR

DIRECTOR

on vouchers or change given. In case of any dispute, manager on duty will make final decision. Expires 28/2/07

Irving Street Phillip ACT 2606

Terms and Conditions Eat & Play is valid at Pitch n Putt and Café Melrose only. Valid

Yacht Club & Cruises 6273 1784 Lotus Bay, Mariner Place

Kim Marshall

John Lewis BA,CS, FAICD

DIRECTOR

DIRECTOR

Carolynne Ryan BA RESIGNED 31/12/05

Rod Frazer COMPANY SECRETARY

for twilight golf only (tee off between 4.30pm and 7pm). Must purchase eat and play at the Pitch n Putt office then redeem your meal voucher at Café Melrose (from the Eat & Play menu) after your game. Not Valid with any other offer. Regular policies & procedures apply. Valid only as specified. No exchanges, refunds

Yarralumla ACT 2600

on vouchers or change given. In case of any dispute, manager

mail@cscc.com.au www.cscc.com.au

Valid at Jackson’s (Tuggeranong) except on Saturdays & Public

on duty will make final decision. Expires 31/1/07

Terms and Conditions Holidays. Minimum purchase of 2 main courses = $32. FREE bottle of wine from Managers selection. One Voucher per bill. No bill splitting. Not Valid with any other offer. Regular policies & procedures apply. Valid only as specified. No exchanges, refunds on vouchers or change given. In case of any dispute, manager

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on duty will make final decision. Expires 24/12/06

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