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4-6 Linsley St
Gladesville NS 2111

02 9816 2999



Ryde City Council have a car park located directly opposite the Club. This is a free car park however there is a 2 hour limit between 8am- 6pm Monday to Saturday. There are no parking restrictions in the evenings and on Sundays. Ample street parking is also available within walking distance of the Club.

Trading Hours

  • Sunday to Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • 10am – 12am
  • 10am – 1am
  • 10am – 1am
  • 10am – 2am
  • 10am – 2am



    Gladesville RSL welcomes Members and Guests to visit and enjoy the facilities. In order to ensure there are no problems with your visit, please ensure you adhere to the following entry requirements.



    To become a Member of Gladesville RSL is easy. Simply visit the Club, if you have a drivers licence you can scan to join and become a member in minutes. Otherwise complete an application form and present identification to prove your age and residential address to staff. Membership is free, all you have to do is sign up and you can enjoy all the benefits of being a Member of Gladesville RSL. Visit here for more details Membership.

    Visitors & Member’s Guests

    If you aren’t a Member of Gladesville RSL, visiting the Club is easy. To gain entry to the Club you can be:

    • Signed in by a Member
    • Show proof of residence outside a 5km radius of the Club
    • Show proof of Membership with an affiliated Club (eg another RSL Club)

    Dress Regulations

    Our overiding rule in relation to dress is that all clothing must be clean neat and tidy. Our standard dress regulations are displayed in the foyer of the Club.

    Items which are not acceptable at any time are:

    • Singlets on men
    • Torn or dirty football jerseys
    • Stubbies, football shorts or similar styles of shorts on men
    • Hats on men
    • Baseball caps on men or women
    • Bare feet
    • Provocative or Offensive Clothing
    • Gang Colours or Supporters Wear

    Club Management reserves the right refuse entry and make appropriate decisions relating to all dress code and behaviour matters.