Tewantin Noosa RSL is the place to be
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.