It is Business as usual at the Colac RSL

With the ever-evolving and challenging COVID-19 situation we are doing our best to continue running the business of the Colac RSL as usual, our staff are continuing with our strict hygiene procedures aimed at protecting everyone’s safety.

Our business, like many others, has been hampered by the announcement earlier this week limiting indoor crowds to 100 people in a single premise, so to counteract this, we are offering our full menu as a takeaway option, all takeaway orders of a large meal will also receive a free can of soft drink (subject to availability of course).

Bistro bookings are essential please, just give us a quick call on 5231 2942.

We are in the process of making contact with all our members in one form or another, be it by phone, email or text message, to offer, particularly to the communities most vulnerable or disadvantaged any assistance we can provide. If you know of someone who may require our services please contact the venue on 52312942. We can arrange delivery of a meal to someone in need, or shopping for essential items just as a few examples.




The Colac RSL is housed in a historic theatre building with many of its original features still intact. It has the capacity to have functions up to 300 people within the Hall – the total seating capacity which includes the original theatre balcony is 700. The Colac RSL is also extremely proud of its historic Cenotaph located in the centre of town. Another interesting feature in the same location is the plaque where those famous words “We’ll fight to the last man, and to the last shilling” spoken by the Opposition Leader Andrew Fisher just days before the 1st world war was declared.