Caulfield RSL is the home of the Caulfield & New Zealand Sub branches, and we will celebrate our centenary in February 2019. Our iconic facade houses a business that combines history with contemporary dining, entertainment and bars. We offer alfresco dining in our 4 Court with an ever changing range of daily specials on food and beverages – as well as the old-world charm of St George’s Dining Room, a perfect spot to spend a cold winter’s day in front of the fireplace.
We can cater for small or large functions and meetings in our upstairs function room. Everyone is welcome to become a member – $30 per annum – which entitles you to member’s discounts on food and beverages as well as local and state-wide weekly member-only prize draws.
More about the RSL
The Caulfield RSL is housed in a building that was originally the Elsternwick Club, constructed in 1896. The property was later purchased by the RSL in 1920. It was extensively remodelled, extended and reopened by former World War I Prime Minister William (Billy) Hughes in 1938. The current facade and most of the interior is still the 1938 original decor.
This trader is currently operating as normal.
The dining room is open for lunch and dinner on Wednesday – Sunday (closed Mondays and Tuesdays).
Lunch: 12pm – 3pm
Dinner: 5:30pm – 9pm
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Saturday, February 6 at 7pm
Relive the 1920's with a showing of silent movies, accompanied by a live orchestra. The night will start with Laurel and Hardy in 'Liberty', followed by Buster Keaton in 'Steamboat Bill Jr'.
Tickets: $75 per head or a table of 10 people for $600. Tickets include a cocktail and canapes on arrival, a 2-course meal and entertainment.
Click the image to book your ticket now.