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Where next? - New Building replacing the old

The Dutch Club Abel Tasman has transferred the title to the existing building at 60 Rosstown Road, Carnegie to MiCare and a new building will be built replacing the old one. MiCare will wholly finance this project. Building works will commencing some time in 2018. The new property will accommodate new club facilities at ground-floor level, with 2 or 3 levels of underground car parking and several levels of retirement apartments above.

The vision of the committee is for the new era of Dutch expats, migrants and travellers to enjoy the facilities and that the Dutch Club Abel Tasman is the place to be for Dutch events.

What is planned to be on offer?

Dutch / Dutch-Indonesian Restaurant
Dutch Shop
Dutch Drinks
Staged performances, Dance nights and DJ
Film screenings
Soccer, Cycling, Sport
Library & Book club
Museum & Heritage
Dutch lessons
Playgroup /Dutch Story time for children
Dutch Drama & Music
St Nicholas, Dutch Queen’s Day, New Years Eve
Cards, bingo nights
European & World Championship Soccer nights
Presentations by experts in their field

Provisional Plans:

Please note that the following pictures and floor plan are only artist impressions and that definitive plans are subject to further approval. Ground floor facilities include a bar and restaurant.


Artist impression of 60 Rosstown Road (S.C.A.) (Images courtesy of MiCare)

Artist impression of the design for the ground floor (S.C.A.) (Images courtesy of MiCare)

Suggested Floor Plan: The Club will be located on the ground floor.  (Images courtesy of MiCare).