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 (with night lighting to be completed in early 2021), 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.

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Snooker Tables.

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

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

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

The boy featured in the hero photo on this page is Angus Swinnerton – grandson of Peter Lanigan, 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

Hampton RSL President