Your community club Beadesert


The Beaudesert RSL Sub Branch opened its offices in Jane Street in 1919, and when the new council chambers were built in 1958 they moved there. In 1979 the Sub Branch purchased the existing site which was once the town’s Post Office. 

Our club was founded as a meeting place for returned service personal in the Beaudesert Shire. As well as a venue to commemorate war service it also preserves the spirit of the camaraderie of men and women who served or are serving in the defence of Australia. 

Since redevelopment began in 1998 the club has undergone many changes but has kept its country charm. Members and their guests are greeted inside the club with modern facilities and friendly staff.

Our Bistro Thr3e restaurant can cater for 180 people plus our outdoor Alfresco area is great for those who prefer to eat outside. We also have a small deck at the front of the club where guests with small dogs are welcome. 

Other facilities include our Coffee Lounge, 45 of the latest gaming machines, 2 bars, function facilities, live entertainment, kids room, a complimentary courtesy bus for members and their guests, Keno, TAB, a bottle shop, and ample on-site and street parking.  

We would like to extend our welcome to The Club Beaudesert.

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Looking for a career at The Club Beaudesert?

Join Our Team

Anyone interested in employment may visit Reception and fill out a job application form and attach a current resume. Alternatively, an application form can also be downloaded – click here, and emailed to

Please note, any applications submitted are appraised in relation to current opportunities within the club. Applications may not be responded to or kept on file.

Please forward resumes to the HR Officer at


How we support our Community 2023

 Did you know we employ 35 locals who all live in and support the local community. From this employment we contributed $1.6 million in wages.

We purchase from local suppliers over $235,000 in products and services.

This support to other local businesses indirectly assists in more employment in the Scenic Rim Region.

We pay the State Government over $900,000 in Gaming Taxes.

We pay GST to the Federal Government over $400,000.

We pay $56,000 in electricity to keep the lights on and keep you cool.

We contribute to the Scenic Rim Regional Council over $21,500 in water bills.

We supported The Beaudesert RSL Sub Branch with over $243,000 in rent which directly assists the veteran community of Beaudesert.

On top of this we also give back to the Local Community through community grants and donations of over $173,000 both Cash and In-Kind support.

Lastly, we support our members with a safe environment to relax with family and friends, discounts on food and beverages, local and live entertainment, and a range of special events.

Community, Sporting & Academic Sponsorships


We are excited to announce that the Community & Sporting Sponsorship Program is open for applications. All applicants will be notified by email of the donation committee’s decision, with successful applicants being required to attend a presentation ceremony.

The Program is designed to provide financial assistance to local community organisations who, without this support, would find it difficult to achieve their organisational goals. Sponsorship grants are available up to $2000.

How to Apply:

An application may only be made in writing on the Application Form, which is available for download – click here, or  collect from Reception at The Club, 23-25 William St, Beaudesert  QLD 4285.


The Club Committee


Glen Sainty

Vice President

Noel Henderson


Richard Woolcock


Ken Noble


Michael Grieve
Ryan Young
Richard Huggill

Chief Executive Officer

Sharon Cullen

Dress Code

Our dress code is to ensure all patrons are dressed in respectable attire to create a comfortable and non-offensive atmosphere.

Our Mission

The Club will provide for the community of Beaudesert, a welcoming entertainment venue, in a safe and friendly environment whilst giving support and fellowship to ex-servicemen and women, their families and the community.

Click the links below to view our policy documents.