The newly renovated Hampton RSL is a medium-sized, community-minded, non-gaming venue located close to the beach in Hampton, with a 100+ seat full service bistro and separate bar/live music area.

The venue has multiple sporting options available which include a recently refurbished outdoor lawn bowling rink complete with night lighting, a pickle ball court, snooker room with four full-sized tables and even a boat on the bay for angling.

We have emerged from the COVID-19 crisis and look forward to growing and meeting the needs of our members and diverse community.

Pull up a chair.
Take a taste.
Come join us.

  • Hampton RSL Bistro Menu
  • Hampton RSL Bistro Menu

Snooker Tables.

We have 4 full size tournament quality snooker tables. Enjoy a night with your friends playing snooker at our club.

Barefoot Bowls.

Bring a group of friends down after work or on the weekend and enjoy the relaxed seaside vibes of barefoot bowls.

Host your Event.

Host your important occasion at our club with professional catering and a wonderful atmosphere. Parties, conferences etc

10% Off all Food & Drinks.

Members enjoy 10% off all food and drinks all year round. Become a member and enjoy the benefits today!

Gallipoli Memorial Garden Project


What’s On.

Hampton RSL Lest we forget

About our photo

The boy featured above is Angus Swinnerton – grandson of Peter Lanigan, immediate past Hampton RSL President. He is wearing Peter’s Army Jacket. Peter writes:

“I was conscripted for 2 years National Service in the Australian Army  in the July intake of 1968.Initial basic training at Puckapunyal was followed by further training at the School of Military Engineering at Casula NSW then a posting to the Royal Australian Engineers field squadron at Enoggera barracks Queensland . During 1969 a 6 month posting to the RAE works section in Port Moresby and Wewak PNG followed and finally, a posting to Victoria barracks in Melbourne to finish the 2 years.

My four children have always had some interest in my army service and more widely in Anzac and Remembrance Day events.

Of my 5 grandchildren, my two grandsons William and Angus in particular, have an interest in the annual Anzac commemorative events.”

Peter Lanigan

Immediate past President
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