Dining at Kooyong

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Kooyong Members have many wonderful choices when dining at the Club.

The Bar, Bistro and Winter Garden offer diners relaxed and casual dining while the terraces offer views over the famous grass courts.The Racquet Club provides a comfortable dining or the perfect room for special occasions.

Racquet Club

With a seasonal menu, exceptional wine list, private dining room and superb outdoor terrace, the Racquet Club offers Members and their guests a dining experience to match the stunning setting and beautiful outlook.

Whether the event is a special occasion with a group, a rewarding meal after a game or an intimate dinner date, the Racquet Club is a special place to enjoy. From balmy summer evenings on the Sedgman Terrace to cosy nights by the log fire, or perhaps a function in the private dining room, there is a setting and menu to suit all requirements.

The comfortably elegant atmosphere of Kooyong’s award-winning restaurant is a place to enjoy the finer things in life and is open for lunch and dinner every day.

The Hopman Bistro,
Winter Garden & Members’ Bar

The nurturing of Kooyong’s Club atmosphere extends beyond the tennis courts and sports facilities to the casual settings of the Hopman Bistro, Winter Garden and Members’ Bar.

These are places where socialising and service are paramount, giving Members and their families the opportunity to mix in a relaxed, friendly environment.The Hopman Bistro focuses on a comfortable, casual dining experience, which flows into the adjoining glass-roofed Winter Garden. The Bistro offers lunch and dinner daily, and a great breakfast menu every weekend.


Beyond The Hopman Bistro and Winter Garden, lies the Goolagong Terrace and the popular barbeque area with views across the renowned tennis courts to the Melbourne city skyline.

The terrace offers a special opportunity to entertain family and friends on a warm summer’s evening.

We respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club stands today the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.
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