Seven Hills RSL Club has seen the light with its new design.

Seven Hills-Toongabbie RSL Club launched its new $30 million light-filled revamp this week which includes contemporary alfresco and indoor dining spaces, sports bars and a 600-space carpark.

The F&B offerings include the new Fitzroy Lane bistro and Iron Bark Cafe and courtyard dining in a light-filled terrace, The Atrium, with its floor-to-ceiling glass, booth seating and greenery all under 5.5m ceilings.

Wilson’s Sports Bar has also been unveiled as part of the renovation project as was The Alcove which features several big screens for major sporting events. Plus the new Glasshouse will be the home of entertainment for live music and local talent, while Atrium provides a tranquil outdoor space to enjoy dining and beverages, including 10 craft beers on tap and the latest in wines and spirits across the venue.

The rebuild for the 30,000-members club has taken place over three stages, including pushing through during Covid, with the project including more than 6000sqm of new and refurbished areas including indoor and outdoor gaming, the new sports lounge, indoor and outdoor dining areas supported by new kitchens and bars.

The dining area with floor to ceiling glass and soaring ceilings.

The Fitzroy Lane concept also serves Penrith Golf Club, Pennant Hills Bowling Club and Fox Hills Golf Club which are all part of the Seven Hills Group.

With much of the existing building being replaced or refurbished the building works include new facades to both road frontages.

“All the planning and effort has been well worth it,” says Group general manager Joe Bayssari.

“We are happy with the final result which has created a modern, light-filled club with numerous spaces for all our members and guests to enjoy, from our contemporary smart casual dining to our cosy bar, and plenty more.”

The outstanding new club space at Seven Hills RSL.

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