Located on the beautiful Redcliffe Peninsula, Redcliffe Leagues Club is not just a place for friends to meet, but also assists the local community through donations, sponsorships and sporting initiatives.
The Leagues Club was officially incorporated on September 28, 1971 to ‘foster Rugby League and for its members to enjoy a convivial meeting place where a common bond may be enjoyed’. The Club is the home of the Redcliffe Dolphins Rugby League Club.
Today Redcliffe Leagues Club boasts over 37,000 members and over 240 staff who all help the Club live up to its motto as ‘The Friendly Club’.
The Redcliffe Leagues Club takes much pleasure in providing all entertainment live and FREE to members and guests. The club provides over half a million dollars worth of free entertainment for the community each year, ranging from soft-tuned soloists right through to big-band tribute shows.
Why not plan your next trip to the club around one of our highly anticipated tribute shows. Click here for the current entertainment calendar.
With a multitude of lively bars and delicious dining options, it is little wonder the Redcliffe Leagues Club is popular amongst members and visitors alike.
Choose from the Bunny’s Family Restaurant, the Koopa Café and Wood Fire Pizza Oven, the historic Dolphins HQ, a popular canteen at the state of the art Dolphins Bingo complex or of course the enticing snack menu in the Community Gaming Room.
The Redcliffe Leagues Club has several function spaces to suit both private and corporate events. Our experienced and friendly team can assist with menu selections, seating arrangements, table settings and styling. We are more than happy to cater to any budget and requirements and strive to ensure we offer value, friendly service and attention to detail to make your function or event one to remember.
Klingner Rd and Ashmole Rd, Redcliffe QLD 4020
07 3203 7333
Public holidays may vary
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