Redcliffe RSL

Irene Street, Redcliffe QLD, Australia

Redcliffe RSL stands as a premier destination for entertainment and dining. This community-centric hub offers a variety of dining options, from casual bites to gourmet meals, catering to all tastes with quality ingredients and impeccable flavours. Guests can enjoy live music, gaming, and diverse events, promising entertainment for everyone. Known for its warm hospitality, Redcliffe RSL aims to be a home away from home, making every visit memorable. It is pivotal in connecting people and creating lasting memories, making it an ideal spot for those seeking a vibrant dining and entertainment experience in the Moreton Bay Region.

Bars and Dining

Redcliffe RSL features an array of exciting dining options to suit all tastes and budgets, complimented by warm, friendly bar and lounge areas.

We pride ourselves on providing top quality customer service, with a strong team of friendly staff to look after you.

  • Diggers Bar and Lounge
  • Gallipoli Grill
  • The Point
  • The Sports Lounge
  • Breezes Cafe


Redcliffe RSL offers a range of entertainment to suit everyone! From our weekly free live entertainment, gaming promotions and bingo, to our major giveaways, raffles and shows!\

  • Free live entertainment
  • Concerts and special events
  • Gaming
  • Bingo

Yabbies Kid's Club

Yabbies Kid’s Club is located on our ground floor, near the Reception area.

  • Welcoming children aged 4 to 12 years.
  • Fully supervised.
  • Child of Redcliffe RSL Member – $1 Entry Fee
  • Non-Members – $2 Entry Fee
  • Features Video Games, DVD’s & Games

Redcliffe RSL Museum

We have a great many items from the Boer War through to current conflicts and we have a group of volunteers who help us keep the Museum clean and tidy.

Of particular interest is the Bomb suit donated to us by 20EOD, which is on a mannequin in the MEAO Lounge area of the museum. Standing next to that is a life-sized replica of ‘Devil,’ one of our bomb detection dogs who lost his life in Afghanistan.

We also have a great range of hats and helmets from overseas, including a Picklehaube Helmet from WW1, a Waffen SS officer’s cap, and an authentic cap belonging to Mussolini.

There is a wide range of daggers and swords of all kinds, grenades and ammunition shells, and many interesting artefacts to view.

The Museum is open daily during business hours and can be opened after hours for groups to visit if arrangements are made with the Curator.

We have had a number some Scout Groups view the Museum for their Heritage Badges and school groups come through for specific topics about their study curriculum. We provide handouts to the students on their specific topic and the Scout Groups get a certificate of attendance.

History of Redcliffe RSL

In 1920, shortly after the end of the Great War, as it was known then, now known as the First World War (1914 – 1918), a small number of returned “Diggers” got together and decided to form a Sub-Branch of the newly formed (1916) Returned Sailors and Soldiers Imperial League of Australia (RSSILA) so that they could help their fellow returned servicemen.

This ideal remains one of the core values and focus of our Club.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.