Club Sporting Events
The Camden R.S.L. Club has many social sporting groups that members can participate in.
Mens, Ladies and Mixed Lawn Bowls
The Camden R.S.L. Club is a great and friendly place to come and play Lawn Bowls.
There is serious games, and also fun mufti games played regularly.
WHO: All Welcome – a chance to have a go!!!
HOW MUCH: $10.00
Put names on list on Bowlers Notice Board or Ring Bowls Manager, Jack Wright on 0409443233
Social Mixed Mufti Bowls
WHEN: WEDNESDAYS 9:00am
WHEN: TUESDAYS 9:00am
Social Golf Club
If you are looking for a good, friendly social competition, The Camden R.S.L. Social Golf Club is the one for you. You only need to be a current member of the Camden R.S.L. Club to be able to take part in the games.
The club regularly plays at the Macarthur Grange, Anthill Park, Studley Park and Camden Valley Resort Golf courses, and they also organise occasional trips away to other courses such as Calderwood Valley.
Costs are $35 per game and that includes lunch for the day. For more information give Karl a call on (02) 4655 5900 or on his mobile on 0409 845 790.
- Starts 7:00pm
- All Welcome, Ladies and Gents
- Beginners Very Welcome
- Darts provided or bring your own
- Names taken on the night by 6:45pm
Returned Service men & women and their Families
ANZAC Day 2020 Commemoration Services
As part of our commitment to Returned Service men and women and their families, the Camden R.S.L. Club hosts various meetings and social groups such as the Camden Legacy Widows and the Camden Torchbearers.
Camden Legacy Widows Club
The Camden Legacy Widows Club meets at the Camden R.S.L. Club on the Third Monday of each month at 11am.
A Legacy Widow is someone who is a widow of an Australian Returned Serviceman and all Legacy Widows are welcome to be part of this enjoyable social club.
The Camden Legacy Widows also try to organise a bus outing on the third Thursday of each month. If you are interested in becoming part of the Camden Legacy Widows, give Betty Forbes a call on (02) 4655 9382.
(Legacy Logo supplied with permission of Legacy Australia)