Murwillumbah Services Club is a friendly club with a great atmosphere, reasonably priced dining options and many fun things to do for both members and visitors. Bingo, Ladies Day, Raffles, Trivia, Meeting Rooms, Functions and lots more.


The club is open 7 days – from 9:00am Monday to Friday, 10:00am Saturdays and from 11.00am Sundays.

We are easy to find, take the first left after crossing the bridge that leads to the heart of Murwillumbah.


We are a ‘Members Club’ but Visitors are more than welcome to use the club’s facilities also. Currently, all Members and Visitors must check-in via our integrated sign-in system using a member card or driving license.

We’re Covid Safe! We take your health and safety seriously, ensuring all aspects of our Covid19 Business Plan policies are strictly adhered to. We have hand-sanitising units available in all areas of the club and all staff have received Covid Safety training to ensure our facilities remain safe.

Our dining facilities are open 7 days a week. Meals available for Lunch 7 days from 11.00am – 2.00pm  & 5.30pm – 8.00pm for dinner Tuesday to Saturday.

We can cater for all types of functions and have rooms available for hire for meetings. We also have Keno facilities at the club.Easy access is guaranteed with our newly installed disabled access ramp at the car park entrance and elevator access to all facilities.

If you’d like to know more or want to receive a copy of our club monthly email, please feel free to contact us – we’d love to hear from you.




Murwillumbah Services Club is a leading community-focused organization dedicated to enriching the lives of its members and community. As a vibrant social hub, the club offers a range of recreational, entertainment, and dining options, alongside their commitment to charitable initiatives and community development.



The Murwillumbah Services Club is proud to support our local community. We contribute funds to organisations who provide a community service and promote core community values such as health, education, safety, children and town prosperity.


The ClubGRANTS scheme is one Australia’s largest grant programs that benefits not-for-profit community groups, sporting organisations and charities across NSW, with more than $100 million in community grants to be donated by Registered Clubs.


The State Government’s recent changes to the ClubGRANTS scheme means clubs can provide more funding to a wider range of groups and charities, many of which would struggle to exist without the support of their local clubs.