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  • Our November Meeting is 16:00 hours Monday 9th at North Beach Bowling Club.  All Members, and those interested in Membership, welcome.  
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The RSL is very different to what it was many years ago. Today our members are veterans from conflicts, peacekeeping duties, defence services at home in Australia and abroad, as well as from emergency services.

Community

We provide a supportive and friendly community for our serving and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force.

Peer Health

There are numerous ways to get fit and involved for better health with your peers. There is a Walking group that meets every Wednesday and Friday from 08:00 to 08:45 at the southern Hillarys Marina car park. At 8am on Wednesdays and Fridays the brave Kayakers take on the sea in all weather. They meet at the Hillarys Yacht Club car park where our Kayaks are parked. There are those who prefer two wheels under their own steam, they meet on Fridays. Coffee follows, every Wednesday and Friday, from about 09:15. Look for our RSL North Beach sign.

Wellbeing and Advocacy

We have a dedicated volunteer group of members who visit their peers when they are not doing so well. Also, we have ready access to DVA Advocates to help with the all important submissions relating to injury or ill health caused by service in the Australian Defence Force.

Lest We Forget

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