Te­wantin Noosa RSL is the place to be

Noosa Life and Style - - CONTENTS -

IM­PRES­SIVE, stylish and lux­u­ri­ous are words that im­me­di­ately come to mind when talk­ing about the newly ren­o­vated and ex­tended Te­wantin Noosa RSL.

Of­fi­cially un­veiled in April, the $7.5 mil­lion makeover for the club has not only given it a plush, new look but has pro­vided new fa­cil­i­ties for mem­bers and guests, mak­ing it a de­light to visit.

The new ad­di­tions in­clude a chil­dren’s room called The Ju­nior Bar­racks which gives kids their own space in the club and has iPads, games and an in­ter­ac­tive floor game to keep them en­ter­tained.

The club also has a spa­cious new lounge area which pro­vides a great spot for guests to sit, re­lax and en­joy the com­pany of friends.

There is also a classy new gam­ing room with sparkling chan­de­liers and lux­ury styling tones that re­flect the op­u­lence and class of the 1920s Great Gatsby era while also clearly be­ing very mod­ern and up to date.

Other new ameni­ties in­clude more un­der-cover car park­ing, a des­ig­nated smok­ing area and ad­di­tional bath­room fa­cil­i­ties.

This re­ally is a club that has ev­ery­thing you could want on of­fer. There are three bars, in­clud­ing a sports bar with TAB. The Bistro Restaurant of­fers de­lec­ta­ble meals for lunch and din­ner at af­ford­able prices. The cof­fee shop is a great spot to grab a light meal or a deca­dent house-made treat. The bot­tle shop down­stairs of­fers a huge se­lec­tion and great spe­cials and in­cludes a con­ve­nient drive-through area.

There is a huge va­ri­ety of free live en­ter­tain­ment ev­ery Wed­nes­day, Thurs­day, Fri­day and Satur­day nights – ev­ery­thing from ma­gi­cians to co­me­di­ans, from coun­try to rock mu­sic, orig­i­nal mu­sic to trib­ute acts and reg­u­lar spe­cial events. Plus, there are lots of other ac­tiv­i­ties each week such as line danc­ing, bingo, trivia, poker and pool com­pe­ti­tions mak­ing it a great so­cial venue.


FUN AND GAMES: Te­wantin Noosa RSL CEO Phil Stephen­son and ad­min­is­tra­tion man­ager Julie McLaws cel­e­brate the new gam­ing room at the club.

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