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NORTH RYDE RSL YOUTH CLUB

  WHO ARE WE ?              

North Ryde RSL Youth Club is a not for profit organisation that is run by a volunteer committee to provide activities for children and young adults between the age of 5 - 25.

We provide the following activities;

(See the links on the menu for more detailed info about each activity)

                                                                          Ph: (02) 9878 6128

  • Baseball
  • Cricket
  • Dancing
  • Gymnastics
  • Karate 
  • Netball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Youth Lawn Bowls 

We also hire out our facilities to individuals and groups to assist with subsidising the running costs of the Youth Club, so that our fees for children's activities can be kept to a minimum.

   

FACILTIES WE HAVE FOR HIRE

The Youth Club has the following facilities available to members of the public to hire;

  • Gymnasium (Suitable for Badminton, Soccer, Volleyball and misc activities)
  • Stan Chivas Activity Room (Suitable for Martial Arts, Dancing, Table Tennis & small get together groups)
  • Bill Holmes Meeting Room (Suitable for Meetings)
  • Tennis Courts x 2 and amenities with lunch rooms (Artifical grass surface with evening lights available)
  • Oval (Suitable for day time functions and sporting activities)
  • BBQ'S x 2 (Gas operated with small undercover area)
  • Outside Netball & Basketball Courts 2x Netball 1x Basketball (bitumen surface with evening lights available)

Please see the Available for hire section on the menu for more details

 WHERE DID WE COME FROM ?

The North Ryde RSL Youth Club was formed in 1957 by a volunteer group of people associated with the RSL (The Returned Services League of Australia) The RSL was a group created to support veterans of the Army, Airforce & Navy and their families. The RSL is now know as the RSL Sub-Branch and a little known fact is that RSL Sub-Branches like RSL Youth Clubs operate as a seperate and a different organisation to RSL Clubs, which many of us are familar with.

RSL Clubs are now Community organisations that many in the Community can now visit and use the facilities, unlike RSL Sub-Branches, which now have their own group of members who have served in the Army, Airforce or Navy .