The Renmark Club is a brilliant spot to relax with a glass of wine and a meal. Its town centre and riverfront location is the ideal place to meet with family and friends and enjoy all the perks life out here affords. This extensive community club is attractive day and night and easily caters for the significant weekend crowd whilst simultaneously hosting a Wedding in the Function Centre adjacent.

There are several sections to choose from for dining, drinking and catching up with friends. People gathered at the Sports Bar in the front, enjoying the numerous wrap around lounges and warming themselves by the fire place while they enjoyed their drinks and socialising. One look at the video games however and our boys beelined it to the sizeable and well appointed Kid’s Room. We made our way outside and settled in on the well heated alfresco area and took a moment to enjoy a local bottle of bubbles. It has expansive views over the water and the calming and unpopulated tree lined riverbank opposite.

Despite the growing crowd our meals were served promptly. The kid’s schnitzel was large but of course, still only an entrée to the ice cream dessert included in their menu! The seafood looked great, but my kangaroo was cooked to perfection, and I am 100% confident we made the right choice dining here tonight (and conveniently the following night).

You know that moment when everyone cranes their neck at the sound of someone pulling up in a nice sports car? Imagine the envy I felt at the Renmark Club when one departing party joyously strolled down onto the dock, gracefully stepped off and into their stunning ski boat, fired up the V8 and disappeared off into the night. What a lifestyle!

Open for meals 7 days a week, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Book your table for lunch or dinner or find out more via their website!

www.renmarkclub.com.au

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