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Club Constitution

Rooty Hill RSL Club Constitution

Registered Clubs Act

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Smoking Policy

Patrons are reminded that in accordance with the "Smoke Free Environment Act 2004" that they are only permitted to smoke in the designated areas within the club.

Privacy Policy

At Rooty Hill RSL Club Ltd (ACN 000 842 375) (Club), your personal information is important to us and we are committed to protecting your privacy. We are bound by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Act) and the National Privacy Principles. This policy outlines, among other things, the information the Club will collect and how we will use that information. We may modify this Privacy Policy from time to time. Therefore, you should periodically visit this page to be sure that you have read and agree with our most current Privacy Policy.

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No More. It's the Law

The Liquor Licensing Act aims to ensure that those who consume alcohol only do so in a responsible manner. Rooty Hill RSL Club is committed to the principles of responsible service of alcohol. All employees must adhere to the following responsible service of alcohol practices, below is an extract of Rooty Hill RSL Clubs policy on Responsible service of Alcohol:

  • No liquor will be served to minors (under 18 years of age).
  • No intoxicated persons will be admitted to the Club.
  • Intoxicated persons will be refused service of liquor.

It is not only your right to follow the above principles; it is your obligation. Determining whether a person is intoxicated is not as easy as one may think. It is important to watch for signs that someone is becoming intoxicated, but common sense is also required. As well as mood and demeanour, and the number of drinks consumed, look for the following:

A notable change in behaviour, especially antisocial, inappropriate or violent behaviour, use of abusive language

  • Slurring of, or mistakes in speech
  • Clumsiness, knocking things over (like a drink or ashtray), or fumbling with change
  • A significant loss of co-ordination (usually swaggering or swaying)
  • A degree of confusion, a lack of understanding or ability to hear, and a difficulty in responding
  • Physical illness such as vomiting

Responsible service of alcohol is becoming increasingly more relevant and you should be aware that serious offences are handed out to both licensees and individual bar employees who don't adhere to these guidelines.

In NSW the current applicable penalty is a maximum $5000 fine for the following offences:

  • Permit intoxicated or indecent or quarrelsome behaviour on licensed or registered club premises
  • Sell or supply liquor to intoxicated person on licensed or club premises
  • Sell or supply liquor to a minor


Bet Safe is an initiative of the Bet Safe Group (a coalition of 41 registered clubs and hotels in NSW and Canberra).

Bet Safe aims to cultivate an environment which opens up avenues for people to come forward before they hit crisis point, in other words create a safety net approach. We all acknowledge the recreational and social side to gambling but need to be more than just mindful about the group of people for whom gambling becomes anti-social.

Each Bet Safe program has been specifically devised and fully implemented to be venue specific while still providing a uniform approach.
Since its launch Bet Safe has:/p>
• Delivered staff training to over 8,790 Bet Safe staff & management
• Counselled over 529 staff from Bet Safe Clubs
• Counselled over 2,155 patrons from BetSafe Clubs
• Assisted with 643 self-exclusions from BetSafe Clubs
• Taken over 3,000 calls from BetSafe Clubs regarding possible problem players
• Distributed, displayed and /or maintained over 400,000 signs, cards, pamphlets and posters

The Minister for Gaming & Racing, the Hon. Richard Face MP officially launched BetSafe at Western Suburbs Leagues Club, Newcastle, on Thursday 10 December 1998. At the launch the Minister endorsed the BetSafe program and stressed that the entire Club Industry needed to implement a RSG program. "BetSafe is a shining example of patron care and will prove to be for the betterment of the entire Club Industry," the Minister stated

prohibited items

To enter Rooty Hill RSL you must not:

  • bring in any food or drink items

or be wearing any of the following

  • Football, stubby, bicycle, gym or boxer shorts, singlets or muscle shirts (sleeveless)
  • Rubber thongs (now approved footwear- passed by the Board of Directors) 
  • House slippers, hair curlers or rollers
  • Clothing that displays offensive words or pictures
  • Swimwear, leotards, or sports style bra tops
  • Untidy or dirty clothes, overalls, or footwear
  • Torn clothing not in accordance with fashion
  • Sharp studded belts or similar
  • Motor cycle club emblems or colours
  • Headwear of any type(unless for religious or medical reasons)
  • Provocative or revealing clothing