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Our Facilities

Harlequins operates year round across rugby in winter, touch in summer and even American Football. The quality of our facilities sees the Melbourne Rebels Super Rugby team regularly use the playing fields and the clubhouse for major events, including a big pre season fixture against the Fiji Drua that drew thousands of supporters and was telecast on Stan Sport.

Details on how to get in contact and find the club are here.

Playing Grounds

The Harlequin number one playing field is regarded as the best club playing field in Victoria. It was resurfaced in 2018 and is one of the few grounds in Melbourne at International Standard. In recent years, the club has hosted a wide range of major events, including:

  • Melbourne Rebels vs Fijian Drua
  • Melbourne Rebels v Highlanders
  • The National Touch Football Titles
  • U16 and U18 National State Team Competitions
  • Dewar Shield Preliminary Finals

Many of these events have been televised to local and International audiences.

The club has a second ground alongside our main playing field and additional space for training. Both grounds are floodlit.

The Harlequin Clubhouse

The Harlequin clubhouse overlooks the main ground. It is the premier rugby clubhouse experience in Victoria, offering players, members and spectators a place to meet up and relax. The clubroom has a full bar, with a range of tap beers and some fantastic wine, including some from a longlasting member of the Club, Peter Gilooly. One of the best aspects of the Harlequin clubhouse experience is the roaring fireplace that comes to life throughout winter.

There is plenty of space in the clubrooms and the big screen televisions broadcast Super Rugby and Wallaby matches throughout the year.

The Charlie Grieve Gym

Charlie was a 100 game player for the club, a Victorian representative  and a longstanding member of the club. Our committee room was converted to a fully functional gym for use by players and members. Opening out on to the field, it provides great flexibility for our strength and conditioning team to utilise the weights and the training ground.

The Fijian Drua Super Rugby team showing their appreciation to Harlequins for hosting their game against The Melbourne Rebels.