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Because we have our new software we are still processing invoices to be sent out to you, please bear with us over this period all remaining invoices will be sent out between now and the end of this month and payment will be due by end of February. Your 2023 membership will still work up to 29th February and this also includes our Membership Draw on a Saturday night. If you would like to pay without your invoice you can come to the bar and the bar staff can take your payment and give you your 2024 membership card with a till receipt. We are sorry for any inconvenience but once we have most of our data next year's subscriptions will go so much easier for all. 


Chrissy Keith

Secretary - Manager


Tony (Mako) Snowden


A memorial service for Mako will be held at the Warkworth RSA on Tuesday 27th February at 11.30am

Opening Hours

Monday 12.30pm - 8.00pm

Tuesday 12.30pm - 8.00pm

Wednesday 11.00am - 9.00pm

Thursday 11.00am - 10.30pm

Friday 11.00am - 11.30pm

Saturday 11.00am - 10.00pm

Sunday 3.00pm - 7.00pm


Due to the delay in Membership accounts being sent out the draw for the BBQ will now be Friday 1st March. 

Current financial Members only

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Changes to Membership Structure Important - Forms available at the bar

Please Read Complete the Membership Application and return to RSA as soon as possible.

This will enable us to update Members files

Dear Members,

The WWRSA has recently updated its membership software to reflect our new membership and subscription structure.

The associated research has revealed significant gaps in our membership records so, to rectify this, it is important that each member completes the revised application form and send this to the office, even though you may already be a member of long standing. In particular, military service details are sought to ensure that our returned and service members are recognised and valued for that service. 

Of note is the reduced number of membership types, a significant reduction in complimentary memberships and the removal of the ’couples’ option which means that all members will now require their own individual membership and application. Our policy is free membership for those aged 90 years and over although this hasn't always been correctly applied in the past. These changes are designed to simplify our membership data so we can better serve individual members with assistance where their status necessitates it.

Subscription levels have been reviewed to reflect the increased costs of capitation, administration and overheads. Historically, we have absorbed these running costs with lower subscription income and generally without increasing our bar prices but, as you are all aware, inflation has impacted this model and a small increase in subscriptions has become necessary.

We will be emailing out the 2024 membership invoices progressively over the next couple of weeks. Please note that all membership subscriptions paid by the end of January automatically go in the prize draw for a free Weber BBQ. Payment can be made either online (details on your invoice) or at the bar.

We trust that these changes are accepted and that the increased subscription fees will not be a burden to you. We look forward to your renewed membership and your continued participation in our association.

Many thanks,
WWRSA Executive Committee

LICENSED BAROur bar offers a range of non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages at reasonable prices. Discounts are available depending on the level of subscription fee. Alcoholic beverages cannot be served to persons under the age of 18.


RESTAURANTMeals may be purchased from a varied menu from Wednesday to Saturday - 5.30pm to 7.30pm. For bookings, telephone 09 425 8568 Ext 2.


GAMES ROOMThe games room contains four 9’ x 4’ pool tables and all the accessories required for pool and snooker.


GAMING MACHINESThe gaming room has 14 machines of various types that offer substantial jackpots. Only persons over the age of 18 may enter the gaming room or use the gaming machines.


TAB BETTING: An area within the games room is equipped for those wishing to follow various horse racing events. The facility has dedicated TV monitors and a TAB electronic betting outlet.


ACTIVITIES & GAMES: The RSA has several in-house groups that cover a range of indoor and outdoor activities including a library, pool / snooker, darts, fishing, housie, etc.


RAFFLES / PRIZES: Meat and grocery raffles are held every Friday at 5.15pm. In addition, seasonal raffles are held throughout the year, i.e., Christmas, Easter and mid-winter. 

A membership cash prize draw is also held every Saturday at 6.00pm. To receive the prize, the names that are drawn must be of current, financial members, present in the clubrooms at the time of the draw and they must have their valid membership card with them at that time.


COURTESY VEHICLES: The association has three courtesy vehicles available for use to aid members with transport to medical and hospital appointments as well as various RSA activities. A poster listing recommended donation rates is displayed on the club rooms noticeboard.



Meat raffles – every Friday at 5.15pm. Three draws with multiple meat packs in each.

Grocery raffles – every Friday after meat raffles. 4 draws with 2 prizes in each.

Members cash prize draw – every Saturday at 6.00pm.


MUSIC / SHOWS: Live music – every Friday – 6.30pm to 9.30pm. No cover charge.

Tribute band shows – periodic throughout the year. Limited cover charge and bookings essential.


POOL: Business House League (seasonal) – Monday to Wednesday (as required) – 7.00pm start Mini-league round-robin competitions before and after the business house league season. Interclub and tournament (seasonal) – Sunday – start times vary.


SNOOKER: Every Wednesday – 12.00pm to 4.00pm. DARTS: In house – every Thursday – 7.00pm to 10.00pm. Interclub (seasonal) – Saturday – start times vary.


INDOOR BOWLS: A full range of indoor bowls equipment is held at the clubrooms. While no formal program of games is in place, interested groups are welcome to use the equipment on any occasion where the dance floor area is available HOUSIE: Every 2nd Wednesday – 1.30pm to 2.30pm.


FISHING: Summer only. Periodic events and activities as conditions permit. The fishing club captain will advise whenever these activities are planned.


COMMUNITY GROUPS: Various community-based groups use the RSA facilities for regular or periodic activities such as the Lions Club, Masonic Lodge, Senior Net, Civil Defence, etc. Participants in such groups are encouraged to visit the RSA club rooms and join the association. Community groups are also encouraged to utilise the club room facilities for their various activities and events.


PRIVATE FUNCTIONS: Members are encouraged to utilise the club facilities for private functions, i.e., birthdays, receptions, etc, where that function does not adversely impact on normal association operations. Enquiries about such functions may be made directly to the manager at the association or emailed to


LIBRARY: The library is located opposite reception and operates on an informal basis where members may borrow, exchange or donate books. There is also a limited range of puzzles and games available. Members are asked to return all borrowed items so they may be enjoyed by all.


JUSTICE OF THE PEACE: A Justice of the Peace is available at the RSA every Friday from 3.30pm to 5.00pm, downstairs in the Gallipoli Room. No bookings are required.

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