DESC – Deaf Events Social Cardiff RSL

Welcome to DESC – Deaf Events Social Cardiff RSL

At Cardiff RSL, we are the “Pride of the Community” and that includes embracing and celebrating our vibrant Deaf community. We’re thrilled to extend a warm welcome to each and every one of you!

Our monthly Deaf social group has been a fantastic success, and we’re excited to build on that momentum. Following the incredible achievements of the 2024 Australian Deaf Games, where we proudly hosted the Darts competition, we’re eager to expand our offerings. Whether you’re Deaf, hard of hearing, Deaf-blind, or an Auslan student, there’s a place for you here.

But our welcome doesn’t stop there. We invite family and friends to join us in creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for all. Together, we’ll create unforgettable moments and forge lasting connections.

Join our Facebook Group.

This group serves as a hub for announcements of upcoming social events held at Cardiff RSL. So stay tuned for updates, mark your calendars, and get ready for some incredible experiences!

Let’s come together, celebrate diversity, and make memories that will last a lifetime. Welcome to DESC – your community, your events, your Cardiff RSL family. 🌟

Regular Social Events:

1st Sunday of the Month 11am – Hunter Deaf Social Club & Hunter Deaf Blind
3rd Sunday of the Month 6pm – Auslan Newcastle Social
Monthly Socials meet in the lounge areas of the club.



Our first night – Bingo, held on 8th March 2024, was fantastic nights and lots of fun and laughs friendly environment. 19 people came Thankyou. Will let you all know next time for bingo night hoping and seeing you all there and more numbers to come. Everyone welcome
admins Leigh & Brennan

See video – Auslan



Cardiff RSL ♥ Auslan

Cardiff RSL is the Pride of the Community and we are always looking for ways that we can connect to all of our community groups.

We acknowledge our regular members of the Deaf community who attend the club and have had some of the staff trained in Auslan (Australian Sign Language)

After the completion of our award winning training in Auslan,  we felt privileged to be allowed into the Deaf communities world. We learnt more than Auslan just being another language, getting some great insight and feeling a part of another fascinating culture.

We are comfortable and confident now to be able to communicate to our regular Members & Guests who are deaf or hard of hearing that use Auslan.\