The Tomakin Sports & Social Club is set to transform its hospitality space into the Patch, Tomakin in the Eurobodalla Shire on the South Coast.

Located near Tomakin Beach and Melville Point, the 226-seater venue will become the ideal dining destination for both locals and visitors.

Overseeing the transformation is consulting group, Tully Heard, after their recent success with The Growers in Shoalhaven.

“In The Patch you will be able to experience an array of cuisines and styles of food way beyond what we could offer before,” says CEO of Tomakin Sports & Social Club Glen Rice.

“With the help of Tully Heard Consulting we are building what we think is one of the best casual, yet contemporary dining venues on the coast and are delighted with what is soon to be on offer.”

The new space will include an indoor-outdoor bar and dining space which is expected to host 118 guests inside and 108 guests outside.

A team of international chefs will be manning the kitchen, drawing inspiration from experiences in the UK, Spain, Dubai, Italy and Sydney.

The menu will feature fresh local produce sourced from the likes of Bodalla Dairy, Tilba Cheeses, Narooma Seafoods and Honor Bread.

Beverage options will include an extensive wine menu along with beers and spirits from local distilleries and breweries such as Kosciusko Vodka, North of Eden Gin, Broulee Brewery and WildBrumby Distillery.

Overseeing the transformation is consulting group Tully Heard which has seen recent success with The Growers in Shoalhaven.

The venue will also host curated chefs dinners and entertainment for guests.

The Patch, Tomakin will open its doors in July 2022.