Founded in 1895 by a group of 20 Bookmakers, City Tattersalls Club has grown to be amongst the largest and most prestigious Clubs in Australia. Located in the heart of the Central Business District, the Club’s vision is to be a true sanctuary where Members and guests can retrieve to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, be it before, during or after work or even on weekends. 

There will be a number of celebratory events throughout the year, which the Club hopes to share with all our Members and guests.
Through their strong commitment to community, CTC has been proudly supporting the work of The Gut Foundation through providing resources, support and office space for the charity to conduct its business.

Please enjoy a complimentary Social Membership to City Tattersalls Club, courtesy of premium partner Ovato

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The Gut Foundation has formed a new partnership with the nationally based dietitian firm, Verde Nutrition Co.  This partnership will help the Gut Foundation meet its mission of improving the digestive health of all Australians.

Verde Nutrition Co is a group of leading Accredited Practicing Dietitians, with specialists in gut health, IBS, disordered eating, among other critical diet issues.  Led by the highly regarded and experienced dietitian, Chloe McLeod, Verde Nutrition Co is a nationally based organisation that has extensive reach right across Australia.

Verde Nutrition Co. is providing the Gut Foundation with valuable support in its public information, advocacy and fundraising efforts.  The support includes information videos on digestive health and good dietary practices, speaking at key events on diet and gut related disorders, and provision of public information through the Gut Foundation's media channels on nutrition .

The Gut Foundation is looking forward to working with Chloe McLeod and the team at Verde Nutrition Co.

For further information on Verde Nutrition Co, please go to:

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