Kingsgrove RSL Club opens

Club and community: Kingsgrove RSL Club is transforming to become the town hall of Kingsgrove, building a stronger, vibrant and inclusive community.
Club and community: Kingsgrove RSL Club is transforming to become the town hall of Kingsgrove, building a stronger, vibrant and inclusive community.

Kingsgrove RSL Club celebrated their grand unveiling of their $4 million renovations on Sunday, November 6 with a champagne breakfast and official opening by the Minister of Veteran Affairs David Andrew Elliott and the Barton MP Linda Burney.

This was followed by a Remembrance Day service for the club members, the RSL sub-branch and local veterans.

Guests were then were able to spend the rest of the day enjoying a free sausage sizzle and live entertainment.

Kingsgrove RSL Club president Alan Barnes said the renovations have provided for a generational change.

“Kingsgrove RSL Club is transforming to become the town hall of Kingsgrove, building a stronger, vibrant and inclusive community and inspiring social engagement from its operations to its patronage,” he said.

Kingsgrove RSL Club general manager Ian Todd said, “Enhancing the café and dining experience, improved function facilities and amenities, and better privacy for the gaming areas have made the club more welcoming to families and more relevant to our membership and local community.

“With the transformation of the club, we will continue to support our proud veteran history, grow civic programs and fund worthwhile projects, welfare services, health services, sports clubs, schools and local community groups and centres,” he said.

Kingsgrove RSL Club welcomes everyone to visit the club at 8 Brocklehurst Lane, Kingsgrove.