ABOUT THE CLUB

Since opening its doors in 1947,Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club has a long, proud history of supporting the community. Known historically as a venue for big name entertainment, Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club has also become the destination of choice for its host of food outlets and offers function rooms for every occasion, in elegant surroundings. The Club has its own onsite Registered Training Organisation, a 24 hour gym and a group fitness studio running classes daily. Canterbury-Hurlstone Park RSL Club is amalgamated with Magpie Sports Club, Bargo Sports Club, Marrickville RSL Club and is at the forefront of community initiatives such as The Cooks River Sporting Alliance, Camperdown Tennis & Camperdown Commons, a revitalised community hub that provides welcoming and inclusive spaces for locals of all ages and walks of life.

WELCOME TO YOUR CLUB

Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL Club prides itself on being part of the community for over 70 years and ensuring all our Members and guests feel welcome and at home each and every time they visit. 

We offer a modern and safe environment from 8 to late, with plenty of activities available to patrons;  you can see a show in our state-of-the-art auditorium, listen to live music, dine in one of a wide range range of food outlets to suit any taste and appetite or catch up with friends over a coffee or cold drink. 

We look forward to seeing you on your next visit to your Club. 

COMMUNITY 

Canterbury- Hurlstone Park RSL Club is proud to support local community and not-for-profit groups with funding from our ClubGRANTS program.

To see if your group is eligible, please see Club Grants

The Club's commitment to community has been recognised over the years with awards for both of our "Alliance" programs - the Cooks River Sporting Alliance and the Cooks River Arts and Culture Alliance, bringing together local organisations and schools with the aim to increase participation in arts and culture and sports. 

 

OUR HERITAGE 

From our very humble beginnings with two army huts in 1947, our RSL sub-branch and the affiliated Women's Auxiliary have been providing services for those who have served our Country in both times of war and peace. 

Our heritage as an RSL is not something we take lightly, nor for granted, as we reflect on the importance of those humble beginnings and as we move forward as a Club into the 21st century, we endeavor to ensure the legacy of the ANZAC spirit and seek to elevate its relevance in our local community through education and commemoration. 

Lest we forget.

 

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