Seven Hills RSL Club has always believed in supporting the community that supports us.
Seven Hills RSL is a non-profit organisation that provides support to local sporting clubs, schools, local athletes, charity and other community organisations. In addition to providing a social community hub and raising money for local sports and the community, the Seven Hills Group employs more than 100 people, which also helps boosts the local economy.
We are pleased to say that we have donated $2.48 million to our local community over the past 10 years. Our funding has played a vital role in backing valuable projects for the neighbourhood.
We are proud to give back to the community that we belong to.
Important Notice for Members – Club Closed until further notice
To protect the people of NSW from the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, NSW Health have implemented Sydney-wide lock down measures from 6pm today (26 June) until 11.59pm Friday, 9 July. Everyone in Greater Sydney must stay at home unless it is for an essential reason. Due to the mandatory stay-at-home orders announced by the NSW Government,…
Important Notice for Members
In light of the latest announcements made by NSW Health, please be advised of the updated Covid-19 restrictions that apply to our venue: Members and Guests must wear a mask in all indoor areas (unless eating or drinking). We have free masks available at Club reception and cashiers. Standing is only permitted when moving around…
Renovation Update / June 2021
As we continue to grow and redevelop our Club, we understand that there is a lot of curiosity and excitement regarding the renovated areas of the club yet unseen. With that said, we thought we should share a glimpse of what’s going on behind the scenes to provide insight into how things are progressing. Alfresco…
Club Renovation / Thinking Green
With environmental sustainability top of mind for Australian businesses and families, Seven Hills RSL and Integrated Projects knew early on that we wanted to incorporate green-building initiatives as a key priority in our Club’s redevelopment plan. From the outset, environmental strategies were integrated into the design of our new club. SOLAR ENERGY Seven Hills RSL will be installing…
Congratulations to our re-appointed Board of Directors!
Our Board Election took place at Seven Hills RSL from Thursday 13th May to Sunday 16th May, 2021. We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to all of our re-elected Board of Directors! Our Directors provide critical leadership and decision-making which are vital to the success of each of our venues. We are privileged…
Renovation Update / May 2021
Club Façade First impressions are everything and it’s fair to say that for many years our Club’s street appeal has not quite reflected the welcoming and modern atmosphere you feel once you set foot inside our doors. We’re excited to announce that works have commenced on the creation of our new Club facade. The new…
Covid Safe Update
Dear Members and Guests, In line with the latest advice from NSW Health, we will be implementing the following COVID-19 safety measures until Midnight on Sunday 16 May: All customer-facing staff will be wearing masks Masks will be compulsory in all indoor gaming areas of the Club. Members and Guests are allowed to remove their…
New Medical Transport Vehicle for Eligible Club Members
Seven Hills RSL has recently donated a new Medical Transport Vehicle to the Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation and we are proud to announce that the FREE Medical Transport Service is now available to all eligible members. The Foundation provides FREE Medical Transport services door-to-door Monday to Friday throughout Greater Western Sydney. …
Free patient transport service for Seven Hills RSL Members
There are many vulnerable members of our community, including children, elderly and disabled, who cannot get to and from medical appointments. Seven Hills RSL has recently donated a new Medical Transport Vehicle to the Sir Roden & Lady Cutler Foundation. This vehicle will be used to provide transport for the young, the elderly and the…
Remembrance Day 2020
While we can’t mark Remembrance Day and the 75th Anniversary of the End of WWII with traditional commemorations and gatherings, there are many ways we can connect with and thank our veterans tomorrow from wherever we are. Here are the Top 4 things you can do; 1. Observe one minute’s silence and personal reflection…