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Situated at the gateway to the Hinterland, the Nerang RSL is the only facility of this type successfully catering to the large and demographically diverse population of Nerang and the surrounding districts. Centrally located, the Nerang RSL is accessible to a population reaching from the NSW border in the south through the Coast and Hinterland to Brisbane in the north.
For the convenience of members, the Nerang RSL's "Hinterland Gold" gaming lounge boasts 188 modern machines, with specially designed stools for the various types like lowboys and slant tops. The lounge is fully air conditioned providing fresh air, high ceilings with subtle lighting along with natural light and background music.
The Nerang RSL caters for all your Functions' requirements, from an intimate Luncheon meeting to a Convention.
Fully organised, themed and catered Meetings, Breakfasts, Luncheons, Dinners, Parties, Twenty-Firsts, Conferences, Seminars, Conventions and Weddings are organised by our experienced staff to ensure the most convivial atmosphere for your Function. We offer professional assistance, friendly service and great value food and beverage packages, tailored to suit your event.
3.6 based on 5 reviews
An easy place to go for lunch. Nerang RSL has affordable food and drinks, both a la carte and Bain Marie style specials. There is a reasonable amount of parking, but during the busiest periods, you may need to park on the street. The staff are friendly and there is a good selection of meals and drinks, alcoholic and not.
Always enjoyed the food here on previous visits but Unfortunately I was ill after eating here last time, and another person from our group was as well. Friends have told me there is a new chef so it may be a while but I will go back again.
My wife and I have visited this club many times over the last fifteen years or so, but never again. A few weeks ago we went there for dinner after which we went below to play the machines, after a short time we were moving from one area to another and because of the narrowness between the rows of machines, we move along in single file with me in the lead, as I approached the end of the row I heard a commotion behind me and turning round I saw my wife lying on the floor with two women leaning over her. She apparently attempted to manoeuvre around a woman who instead of sitting a the machine she was playing, was standing behind the seat making it even more difficult to pass, when she tripped on a footrest of one seat and landed on her back on the footrest of the next, She was in a great deal of pain and one of the staff sent for an ambulance, she was there for the next nine days, she had internal bleeding and severe bruising to half her back from the Pelvis to the Scapula. I sent an email to the Manager pointing out 1: the narrowness between machines and 2: The poor lighting which is so low in some places that you can;t read the numbers on your card, you need to go toward the Bar or other place to read it. I also pointed out that there was such a thing as risk management and it should be looked into. The main reason I am writing this, is because I could not believe the callousness of the management in not enquiring into her welfare. She is 89 and deserves better. I also attempted to contact the President but could not find a way to contact him personally. I realise the reluctance in corresponding and by doing so make an admission of guilt but if you are wrong your wrong and you should admit it. We have both withdrawn from membership. Wonderful as Phyllis is, she made me promise not to take it further, which if she had died as a result, I certainly would have. We have been married sixty seven years.
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