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Westbury RSL

Historic Westbury RSL building  front exterior at night
The Westbury RSL, situated in the historic town of Westbury, was constructed in 1832 as a court house and gaol. Over the years, it served various purposes, including as a police station and council rooms. Since the 1940s, it has been proudly used as a fully licensed bar by the RSL. Every Thursday the RSL hosts either a Parmi Night or Burger Night, and on the first Friday of each month it is Steak Night. The venue is available for hire for functions and events, and catering services are available by arrangement Featuring amenities such as a pool table, a cosy lounge area, a wood heater, and a comfortable ambiance, the Westbury RSL provides a welcoming environment for all.


Family Friendly

Live Music

Non Smoking

Suitable for Functions

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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