Blacktown Workers Club Group has grown from what was originally an old tin shed established in 1955 to a five-floor mega club that boasts four restaurants, function rooms, sport and health facilities, a showroom, and a number of lounges and bars. In 2015, it encompasses three sites: Blacktown Workers, Workers Sports, and Workers Hubertus Country Club. The ‘entertainment and leisure capital of Western Sydney’, according to the club’s website, is run by a team of professional managers, owned by the community, and aims to provide a number of services for locals.

Morgan Stewart is the club’s group operations manager and has extensive experience in the industry, although it wasn’t where he started his career. “I broadly describe myself as a 46-year-old Gen Y,” Morgan remarks. “I have had a career of roles that last around the three-year mark, so I tend to move from field to field.