OUR PROUD CLUB
Our Club is proud of its modern, sophisticated, air-conditioned comfort, including choice of Bistro and Café dining, Kids Lounge, several Function & Meeting rooms, TAB & Keno facilities, FOX Sports and Free WiFi to enjoy while you’re having a coffee.
We’re a vital part of the Byron Bay community – hosting weddings and providing you with delicious all day meals, perfect for lunch meetings and on the go planning. No member of the family is forgotten – bring the kids to our playroom & enjoy a dinner date with your special partner.
As an added bonus for our Members, they are treated to cash discounts on all food and beverages and are rewarded for their visits to the Club. With fantastic food and drink options and wonderful friendly customer service, you will enjoy your visits time and time again.
At Byron Bay Services Club we love to connect with you.
It takes a community to make a venue great, and we embrace our Byron community – we don’t just serve food, entertainment and TAB & KENO from the best little bistro restaurant in Byron, we love to give back!
Byron Bay Services club is a regular sponsor of local activities – grow with us!
NEWS FROM THE PRESIDENT
Please click here to read the latest Newsletter from our President.
The Byron Bay Services Club was formed in the mid-1970’s after a prolonged application process led by the Byron Bay RSL Sub-Branch, including local identities Bill Flowers, John Codrington and John Gosbell to name a few.
Interesting to note at this stage, was the forming committee’s consideration of proposed sites, the Pier Astor Hotel (now the Beach Hotel) and the Literary Institute (now the Community Centre) were over looked to form the new Club on the old NORCO site at the southern end of Jonson Street. The local RSL Sub-Branch had nurtured a close relationship with the Bondi-Waverly Returned Servicemen’s Club, who ultimately bankrolled the formation of our Club, opening on 12th December 1979.
Bruce Davies relocated from Bondi and was appointed as our Club’s first Secretary-Manager and along with President Bill Flowers and Treasurer John Codrington formed the Club’s first Executive Committee.
The Club flourished from day one and quickly formed into an important part of the local community by providing a modern comfortable venue and by financially supporting a host of local Clubs and Charities. Long time locals will fondly recall Brian & Nancy’s Bistro was the place to eat in town and our famous ‘Workers Bar’ was the watering hole after a day at work. The Good Old Days!!
COME ON IN
Welcome, all members and guests to our club. Stop by and have a drink or a feed in our restaurant.