In 1919, local Ex-Servicemen from World War I formed a small social Club in the Epping region to further their common interests and maintain mateship established in wartime.
As interest and membership grew, the Club moved to larger premises in Oxford Street, Epping and in 1937 it was accepted as a Sub-branch of the R.S.L of Australia.
In 1956, the Sub-branch applied to establish a licence Club. This was granted in August 1957 and the Epping R.S.L (Sub-branch) Club was born as a separate entity. A Clubhouse was built on Sub-branch land in Oxford Street, Epping.
At its new premises, the licensed Club prospered and widened its membership to include local citizens with no connection to the Armed Services. This growth led to its incorporation in 1971.
In 1985, the name was changed to Epping R.S.L (Sub-branch) and Community Club Limited, to reflect the diversity of the membership.
In 1993, to meet the need to expand services for the growing membership, the Club acquired land in Rawson Street, Epping to build a new Clubhouse.
The new Club building officially opened on 15 July 1995. It continues to commit to foster the social needs of its members and the community general.