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Ourimbah- Lisarow RSL Ltd

02 4362 1104
[email protected]
6-20 Pacific Highway, Ourimbah, NSW 2258

Notice of Annual General Meeting
2023 Annual Report

Trading Hours

(subject to change at Managers Discretion)
Mon – 10am to 10pm
Tues -10am to 10pm
Wed – 10am to 10pm
Thurs – 10am to 10pm
Fri – 10am to 1am
Sat – 10am to 1am
Sun – 10am to 10pm

Board Of Directors


Tony Coates

Vice President

Brian Braham

Ordinary Directors
Barbara McNab
Brian Hilton
Eugene Simpson
Peter Massingham
Robert Ferry
Shane Warbrick


$6.60 - 1 year membership
$14.00 - 3 year membership

Enjoy what we have to offer with promotions, entertainment and members benefits. Win thousands of dollars worth of prizes weekly. Becoming a member entitles you to up to members special pricing at bar, café, kitchen and bottleshop, birthday vouchers as well as the chance to win instant prizes when you swipe your card upon entering the club.

Courtesy Bus Timetable

Our courtesy bus is currently susended.

Courtesy Bus available Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Thursday and Sunday nights there is a pick up and departure at 6.30pm, and a departure at 9.30pm Friday and Saturday nights run every hour. Pick up runs start from 5.30pm, and departures at 6pm. To book your pick up please contact reception on 4362 1104.

Sub-Clubs and Sponsored Clubs

Ourimbah-Lisarow RSL Bowls Club

All events are subject to change. Please note all team nominations to be lodged one hour prior to commencement.

  • 10.30am Mon - Turn-around Pairs Mixed
  • 9.30am Tue - Ladies Day
  • 6.00pm Wed - Night Bowls Mixed Triples
  • 12.30pm Thu - Mens Day
  • All day - Free day - training, coaching, private functions, group bookings available
  • Varied Sat - Mixed Social & Pennants
  • All day Sun - Social Mixed Triples, training, coaching, private functions, group bookings available

Ourimbah Razorbacks Rugby Club

Established in 1981, Ourimbah Rugby Club originally played as the ‘All Blacks’ and were set up by a group of now club legends who had the foresight to break away from Gosford Rugby Club, making a new home at Ourimbah Rugby Park.

In the 1990’s, the club sought change and ‘The Razorback’ was the mascot that was agreed upon and with time, came the evolution to Razorbacks Rugby Club. Based at Ourimbah Rugby Park, the club was a junior home to Adam Ashley-Cooper and Scottish International and British & Irish Lion Nathan Hines.

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Ourimbah Netball Club

Ourimbah Netball Club are a family orientated club that participate in the Gosford Netball Association competition. Our first team entered the competition in 1992 and we have continually grown since then. We pride ourselves on our community and family spirit. Our teams are very successful with many of our teams reaching Finals and Grand Finals every year. Our Senior Division 1 team were back-to-back Grand Final Winners in 2017 & 2018.

Ourimbah Netball Club supports the growth and development of members whether it be in playing, coaching, or umpiring. We have many members represent Gosford Netball at representative level - not only playing in a representative side but also coaching and umpiring.

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Niagra Park Ourimbah Dockers Junior AFL Club

In 1999 our Club initially began as an Auskick centre and played under the name of Niagara Park Demons until 2011 when we officially became a part of the Fremantle Dockers network.  Now known as Niagara Park Ourimbah Dockers, our focus is on the development of our team members, not only as skillful and fair players, but as responsible members of the Central Coast community.

An inclusive club, NPO Dockers seeks to promote the game of AFL through equity, teamwork, inclusiveness and a healthy spirit of competitiveness. We believe our players can develop passion, pride and skills through good sportsmanship, and we actively promote the desire to play for fun, foremost.

To find out more about our club, contact us at our facebook page or email [email protected]

Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club

Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club was the Original Cricket Club established in 1858 on the Central Coast. We have a proud tradition and rich history from these early days that continue to be reflected by the players and club members of the present day.

Lisarow-Ourimbah Cricket Club was formed when the Lisarow and Ourimbah Cricket Clubs merged after World War II had ended in 1945. They first entered teams in the 1946/47 Season of the Gosford District Cricket Association Competition. Since then, the club has been successful in winning many Premierships and Club Championships to make it one of the most successful clubs on the Central Coast.

Lisarow Ourimbah Cricket Club is known as the Mighty Magpies and is now one of the largest cricket clubs on the Central Coast. Our colours are black and white and come from the colours of the local magpie.

The club aims to provide all cricketers from the local areas with the opportunity to develop their skills of cricket by playing in a suitable team with their family, friends or in a competitive cricket team.

So come and join the Mighty Magpies for a great season of cricket!

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Responsible Conduct of Gambling

The Gambling Legislation Amendment (Responsible Gambling) Act 1999 and other regulations aim to ensure that registered clubs and hotels adopt responsible practices for gambling activities conducted on their premises. Ourimbah-Lisarow RSL Club is committed to the principles of Responsible Conduct of Gaming.

Problem gambling may be characterised by a loss of control over gambling, especially over the scope and frequency of gambling, the level of wagering and the amount of leisure time devoted to gambling. Many negative consequences result from this loss of control such as failure of relationships, finances and employment.

Unlike alcohol-related problems, gambling abuses are more difficult to detect. Affordability is very important and employees play a primary role in observing, monitoring and communicating with patrons and management.

The Club’s responsible gambling practices recognise that the vast majority of those patrons who participate in gambling do so as an enjoyable activity but that for some, gambling causes significant problems. Characteristics of problem gambling include:

  • Anxiety, guilt or depression over gambling

  • Giving up social or recreational activities in order to gamble

  • Chasing losses

  • Repeated and failed attempts to give up gambling

  • Relationship breakdowns

  • Large debts


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Responsible Service of Alcohol

It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of a person under the age of 18 years.

If a staff member suspects a patron is becoming intoxicated, he/she should consult with a Manager or Supervisor who is currently working with he/she at that time, if a decision is made not to serve any more alcohol to this patron, all staff are to abide by this decision, and the patron must leave the premises in accordance with Ourimbah-Lisarow RSL Responsible Service of Alcohol guidelines and the current Liquor Act.

Below is a principal of responsible servicing of liquor, please read it as it fully explains the policy Ourimbah-Lisarow RSL Club endeavours to achieve.

Principles of Serving Alcohol

  • No liquor to minors.

  • No liquor promotions that encourage binge drinking or drunkenness or are discriminatory or likely to appeal to minors.

  • No admission of intoxicated persons.

  • No service to intoxicated patrons/ patrons becoming intoxicated

  • A duty of care for patrons and staff.

  • Patron behaviour not to adversely impact the neighbourhood or other patrons.

Responsible Serving of Liquor

  • Permit intoxication or indecent, violent or quarrelsome behaviour on licensed or registered club premises –
    Maximum Penalty $5,000

  • Sell or supply liquor to an intoxicated person on licensed or club premises – Maximum Penalty $5,000

  • Sell or supply liquor to a minor* – Maximum Penalty $5,000

  • Allow liquor to be sold or supplied to a minor on licensed or club premises – Maximum Penalty $5,000

*In aggravated circumstances heavier penalties may apply