Harden Country Club is one of many businesses around Australia hugely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Pubs and clubs across the nation were closed on Monday, March 23 at 12pm after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a numbers of restrictions in an attempt to halt the spread of the virus.
It hasn't stopped the Harden Country Club from maintaining activity.
The club will continue to operate its kitchen and is now offering a delivery service, as well as takeaway.
Club manager Chris Longbottom says it's important to keep Harden's micro-economy alive.
"It's about changing our model to adapt to this new situation," he said.
"We want to get the turnover to keep providing work for casuals, keep buying from the local butchers and shops and help keep this micro-economy working in town.
"We're staying within the rules set by the government and following advice from health experts, although things are changing all the time. We're going to keep doing the right things and support people."
The club has turned its courtesy bus into a delivery van to support its new service to the community, and the Mobi2Go app as its online ordering system.
"We've had Mobi2Go in place for a while but it's just been reconfigured so there'll be pick-up and delivery. There's no dine-in anymore and a new menu is set. Our operating hours will be 5pm to 8pm Thursday to Monday," Mr Longbottom said.
Mr Longbottom added that he wasn't surprised that pubs and clubs have been closed.
"I'd told our board to get ready to be shut down and let's start thinking about how we can maintain some sort of activity for us going forward, to keep supporting suppliers and provide work for our casuals," he said.
Meanwhile, phase one of the upgrades to the Harden Country Club will continue.