Club Members Access

Entry Requirments

Visitors and Guests

In order to obtain entry to the Club (including the Eastern Tiger Restaurant) the Registered Clubs Act 1976 requires that visitors and guests must produce satisfactory identification and sign the visitors register, in our case this is done electronically. Suitable identification is primarily in the form of a Drivers Licence, Passport or Proof of Age Card and is reinforced in the Liquor Act 2007, see UNDER 25 ID requirement. If you have been signed in by a member the Registered Clubs Act 1976 states that you must remain in the company of that member whilst you are in the Club/Restaurant..

For more information please see our Privacy Policy

On entry to Cardiff RSL we legally (Registered Clubs Act) require ONE of the following:

  • Provide a valid and current form of identification (see above) for proof of age and residency.
  • Provide a valid and current Cardiff RSL Membership Card
  • Provide a valid and current Sub Branch Member card, plus a valid and current Membership card from your affiliated RSL/Diggers club

If you reside inside a 5km radius (as the crow flys) of the club we will also require one of the following:

  • Be signed in by a current Cardiff RSL Member
  • Join our club. More info on MEMBERSHIP INFO
  • Provide a valid and current membership card from another RSL/Diggers club

For more info on the Registered Clubs Act with signing into a club or what is a “Responsible Adult”? Please CLICK HERE for a fact sheet

Dress Regulations

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Clothing that displays offensive words or pictures

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Scarves, bandanas, hair rollers. (except for religious, medical or cultural purposes)

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Barefeet

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Training apparel, swimwear or leotards

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No Hats inside

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Provocative or revealing clothing

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Football, bicycle, gym or boxer shorts

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Male Patrons – Singlets or Muscle Shirts (sleeveless)

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No Caps inside

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Clothing that displays offensive words or pictures, dirty/soiled clothing, overalls or footwear

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Sharp studded belts or similar

What is the RSL?

Almost every Australian has heard of The Returned and Services League of Australia (RSL), but do you know just what it is all about?

At Dawn on the 25th of April (ANZAC Day) the RSL leads commemorative services around the country on the anniversary of the dawn landing of ANZAC troops on the shores of Gallipoli. The campaign was not a success in military terms, but forged the definitions of our nation’s pride, honour and values in a manner unlike any other event before or since.

In addition the RSL keeps the ANZAC spirit alive on a daily basis by providing aid and support in the community.

The RSL was formed in 1917 to service the special needs of our returned troops, now the work extends to the needs of families and service personnel from all campaigns in which Australia’s military is involved. The Mission statement of RSL in NSW reads:
” To provide for the well-being, care, compensation and commemoration of serving and ex-serving Defence Force Personnel and their dependants and promote Government and Community awareness of the need for a stable and progressive Australia.”

There are now 57,760 members in 420 sub-Branches throughout NSW alone!

“The Price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilance”

The National RSL Motto

Written and accepted in 1923, the motto of the RSL echoes the sentiment of wise statesmen over 2000 years old, the words as poignant today as when they were first uttered.

TAB Facilities at the Cardiff RSL

Like a flutter?  Cardiff RSL has full TAB facilities and SKY coverage where you can have a punt and view all the action at Australian and Overseas racetracks

When you visit the Club you will enjoy a modern TAB facility with full access to form and internet with ticket or self service terminals available.

All form guides are available to you, plus SPORTS TAB and all gallops, trots and dish-lickers!

Everything is in the awesome surrounds of the Cardiff RSL’s bars, lounges and restaurants.

Cardiff RSL is definitely the Club with it all!