We are open

Monday – Wednesday 10.30 am – 10.30 pm
Thursday 10 am – 10.30 pm
Friday – Saturday 10 am – midnight
Sunday 10.30 – 10 pm

We are closed Good Friday and Christmas Day


The Club offers TAB facilities for members and guests.
These are located at the back of the Lounge Bar.

Keno at Glen Innes Services Club

Members and guests can play Keno whilst in the Club.
Entries from the Cashier at the back of the Lounge Bar.
Screens are located throughout the Club.

Glen Innes Services Club courtesy bus

The Club operates a pick-up and drop-off service Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5pm.
Please call Reception on (02) 6732 1355 to make a booking.

wheelchair access at Glen Innes Services Club

The whole Club is accessible via the main entrance on Grey Street.

Patrick Lonergan

President – Russell Meehan
Senior Vice President – Peter Ross
Vice President –Judi Toms
Director – George McGilvray
Director – Ken Kempton
Director – Malcolm Baker
Director – John Urquhart

The origins of the Returned Services League (RSL) go back to 1916. Originally created to support ex service men and women and their families, it is a non-profit organisation.

The Glen Innes & District Services Club was created at the end of 1947. The first Clubhouse was a Nissan hut. The rent was 10 shillings a week.

The Club got a liquor licence in 1948 and Tooth and Company allotted 4 firkins (9 gallon kegs) and 16 5-gallon kegs per month for the Club’s 72 members.

The Club didn’t get a permanent home until 1955, when a new building was constructed on the corner of Bourke and East Avenue (now the Salvation Army Church).

The combination of a sparkling new clubhouse and greater availability of merchandise post war saw the Club go from strength to strength. Membership numbers increased. Ladies nights were introduced. More entertainment and sporting facilities were added. In fact, by 1963, the Club was beginning to outgrow its home.

Architects were called in to investigate expansion of the Club’s building. However, it was discovered that the foundations could support a second storey – and adjacent land was deemed too expensive.

By 1965, the Club had bought two properties at the corner of Grey and Lang Streets and construction started on a new, larger clubhouse.

Also in 1965, the Club introduced afternoon entertainment and free dinner for the town’s old aged pensioners every 3 months. This was a big hit and by 1970, 200 pensioners were being entertained each quarter.

The Club has now been a part of Glen Innes life for 47 years. It employs 38 locals and is the social hub of the town.

Glen Innes Services Club - original clubhouse
1955 Glen Innes Services Club
Glen Innes & District Services Club foyer