Huntingdale Golf Club

Huntingdale’s golf affiliations go back to 1896, when Surrey Hills Golf Club was established. The Club played on a course where now stands the Mont Albert Station. The course was relocated to its present location in 1941 and has prospered there ever since to be one of the most recognisable courses in Australia. In 2013 Pellicano Builders were commissioned to build a new club house and members facility befitting a course of Huntingdale’s stature. Andave Cabinets were engaged to complete the joinery portions of the project, from the front of house reception, show cases, wall and stair panelling to back of house administration facilities, members change rooms and kitchen and dining areas right through to the magnificent copper clad bar in the main member’s dining hall.