Patrons enjoy the Burwood Colliery Club before its closure. Picture: Facebook

THE Bomaderry RSL Sub-Branch is assessing the future of the Bomaderry RSL Club on the NSW South Coast after Bomaderry Bowling Club announced the closure of the RSL club by the end of the financial year.

The RSL sub-branch has previously stated it will “remain and continue to operate and offer services and support our veterans require”.

The RSL’s liquor and gaming licences will remain with Bomaderry Bowling Club, and 54 gaming machines will absorbed into the bowling club operations and are likely to be transferred to a new club facility in Bomaderry on the site of the former cattle sale yards.

In Wagga Wagga, the old Commercial Club will become office space after plans were approved by Wagga City Council.

South of Newcastle, Burwood Colliery Bowling Club in Whitebridge, has become home to squatters and vandals.

The Club, with views over Dudley Beach, has steadily declined since being placed into administration in August 2014 following a successful land claim.

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