The Club started in January 1900 when a group of local gentleman wanted to play darts in one of the local hotels and were not allowed to do so. This led to a Committee being formed and the Club being set up.
Back then it was known as the Horowhenua County Club and the first Club building was erected at the back of the then Levin Hotel. From 1916 until 1929 it became known as the Levin Workingmen’s Club, 1929 – 1939 as the Cosmopolitan Club and in the 50’s it became the Levin Cosmopolitan Club.
In 1970 the Club moved from premises in Oxford Street (just south of the Bath Street lights) to its present site further south in Oxford Street where it has expanded to border Ward, Seddon & Rina Street’s to serve a membership of some 1700 plus members.
We offer a Members Lounge, Tararua Restaurant, Games Room (Darts & Pool), T.A.B., Gaming Machines, Garden Bar & B.B.Q. area and the Hudson Room which provides facilities for Indoor Bowls, Line Dancing, Housie (Thursday), large shows, weddings, community group meetings and other functions.