Cnr Mamre Road and Hall Street, St Marys NSW
call us: (02) 9623 6555

Our Club


st marys rsl

St Marys Diggers Club is conveniently located close to the M4 Motorway offers a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere for Members and Guests with traditional RSL values.


Whether you are looking to have a meal, dance the night away or get involved in our weekly Club promotions, St Marys Diggers has something for everyone.


We have a Sports Lounge area where you can watch all the big games on our massive screen, play a game of Pool or Snooker. Full TAB and Keno facilities are available too.


The Hall St Brasserie is open 7 days for lunch & Dinner offering light snacks or Full Meals. Blackboard & Weekly specials available.


We cater for most functions at the Club and pride ourselves on making your special occasion a memorable one.


The Club is home to the St Marys Diggers & Band Club Bowlers. We have 2 beautifully manicured greens hosting social and competition events.


Notice of Annual General Meeting 2023

To view the Notice of 2023 Annual General Meeting, click here


St Marys Diggers and Band Club Annual Report 2022-2023

To view the most recent Financial Report, click here.


Board of Directors

PRESIDENT – Ross Franklyn-Smith



DIRECTOR – Brett Greenow

DIRECTOR –  Andy Ward

DIRECTOR – Bob Higgins

DIRECTOR – Lee-Ann Taylor

DIRECTOR – Uwe Schoenherr

DIRECTOR – Sam Vecchio


Community Club Grants 2023 – 2024

St Marys Diggers & Band Club remains strong in our diligence towards supporting our local charities, organisations and projects that continue to serve our community and need our help. To date, the Club has continued to make substantial cash donations totaling $158462.

Community Junction Inc
Community Junction will hold two free National Children’s Week events from Arthur Neave Memorial Hall, Werrington, and North St Marys Neighbourhood Centre, North St Marys. Both events will include a wide range of interactive leisure activities and entertainment for children and their parents to explore, relax and play. Children’s services within the Penrith LGA will be invited to share information about their organisations, enabling parents and carers to connect to local services.

End Youth Suicide Suicide
Suicide is the largest single cause of death for young Australians. Through this project, 80% of youth participants will reduce their suicide risk. Youth research will provide 15 Western Sydney youths access to individual support from a Greater Sydney Social Worker and access to a proven peer-facilitated program. This supports them to unpack trauma and address poor mental health and life challenges. This program supports youth to feel safe and included while improving their future.

Golden Oldies
Bringing seniors together for a luncheon and entertainment to welcome back to centre and celebrate their anniversary. The Golden Oldies Seniors Group have been meeting at the South Penrith Neighbourhood Centre for over 28 years. There are a total of 35 members, both men and women aged from 80+. This group meets every Thursday for morning tea and various activities such as housie, craft, games, trivia, guest speakers and bus trips.

Learning Links
Learning Links psychologists will work at Oxley Park Public School to support local children to achieve sound mental health and social and emotional wellbeing. The psychologists will support up to 39 vulnerable students using evidence-based therapies and programs to address concerns such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, anger management and poor social skills which, if left
untreated, can leave children feeling disconnected and disengaged with life and learning.

Our Community Cares Inc
A High Tea Fundraiser to raise funds to purchase 14 workshops to train nurses and carers in the Penrith LGA on dementia patients and what they see and what sparks their confusion. This can foster empathy in the carers and allow them to change environments to suit the patients, thereby reducing the terror and confusion they experience.

South Creek Probus
South Creek Probus is for retired and semi-retired people, meeting once a month, providing the opportunity for isolated and lonely people to socialise.

South Creek Probus
This project will subsidise the cost of morning tea provided at each monthly meeting as well as subsidising the cost of the room hire and catering for their Christmas function, thereby assisting members at this financially stressful time of year.

South Sudanese & CALD Communities Empowerment Project
The project will address the welfare and social service needs of the South Sudanese and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities in the Penrith LGA. The project aims to deliver culturally appropriate health services, community development programs, and employment assistance activities that will help improve the living standards of low-income and disadvantaged individuals.

The Haven Nepean Women’s Shelter
The Haven provides up to 3 months supported crisis accommodation for up to 6 women and their children who are at risk of homelessness or are experiencing domestic violence. During their stay, they are provided tailored support and wrap around case work services to best enable them to live a life free of violence and move into transitional or stable housing. There are 6 bedrooms to
accommodate a variety of family sizes including large families and a single woman. Families per year = 24.

Vietnam Veterans Association St Marys Outpost Sub
The Association has 18 wellbeing support officers who visit veterans & war widows/ widowers in the Greater Western Sydney area, who are in hospitals, aged care facilities and at home. The
8 ST MARYS DIGGERS & BAND CLUB COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 202 3 -2024 organisation has 8 compensation advocates who assist veterans of all conflicts to apply to the Department
of Veterans Affairs (DVA) for their entitlements. In addition, the organisation provides computer training for veterans & members of the local community.

Funding to complete a specialised fit-out of the new WestCare Youth Services Van to provide the new Yes School Breakfast Program at Jamison and Kingswood High Schools, plus ongoing
family emergency relief and welfare support through local primary and secondary schools.

Zonta Club of Nepean Valley
Three secondary school awards and 3 tertiary awards every year to encourage young women to continue in their fields. The three secondary awards are for STEM subjects at Glenmore Park High, Creative Arts at Nepean CAPA High and Girl Showing Initiative & Community Service at St Marys Senior High.

Zonta Club of Nepean Valley
A festival of art and design in conjunction with Nepean CAPA High School, in its second year, aimed at encouraging artists and students to exhibit their work with the aim of highlighting their extensive talent.

In addition to the above listed organisations, the Club has contributed a further $72,500 to support St Marys Pipes & Drums, St Marys Band Club Rangers Football Club, Euchre, Colyton/St Clair Little Athletics, Colyton/ St Clair Colts Cricket, St Clair Comets, Toastmasters, Rotary and St Marys Bowlers.



This club is required by law to make available to its members information that relates to the management and financial administration of the club including:

1. A register of disclosures made by the directors and employees of the club.

2.Details of the overseas travel made by the directors and employees of the club.

3.Details of loans given by the club to employees.

4.Details of contracts of employment of top executives.

5.Details of the payments made by the club for consultant services.

6.Details of legal settlements made by the club with a director or an employee of the club.

7.Details of legal fees paid by the club for a director or an employee of the club.

8.The club’s annual gaming machine profit.

9.The amount applied by the club to community development and support.

10.Details of training completed, or exemptions claimed, by a director, club secretary or manager of the club.


The club must provide quarterly financial statements to its board for adoption, and make them available to members, including:

1. The club’s profit and loss accounts and trading accounts for the quarter, and

2. A balance sheet as at the end of the quarter.



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