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The Ode

They went with songs to the battle, they were young,

Straight of limb, true of eyes, steady and aglow,

They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted,

They fell with their faces to the foe.

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:

Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn

At the going down of the sun and in the morning

We will remember them.

 

Today’s RSL is very different to what it was many years ago.Today there are veterans from many conflicts, peacekeeping duties and even service during peacetime.

 

Community

Provide a community for serving and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force.
Members come from conflicts in various eras where Australia has sent her troops along with those who have served during Peace-time.

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 at 9am at the southern Hillarys Boat Harbour 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. There is also those who prefer two wheels under their own steam. They meet on Fridays.

Advocacy & Welfare

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

Upcoming Events

19/07/2019 12:00 (UTC 8)
Police Academy Tour81 Lakeside Dr, Joondalup WA 6027

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I've already seen it...I sat next to Ray Alexander at coffee Friday!

To see Danger Close!

DRIVERS & CREW @ the READY
Our Annual 4X4 Bush Bash Starting 30th Sept 2019 with approximately 10 days of  exploring our Great State. This year we are heading to Mt Augustus to see what this Rock & Area has to offer by the photos theres a lot see.
We are also planning to drop in on the Landor Races which only run once a year see the write up,,,,
 The Landor Races are the Eastern Gascoyne Race Club’s traditional bush race meeting. The meeting is held annually in the third term school holidays (October) at the racecourse near Landor Station. The Landor races have a colourful history and truly outback flavour. In 1921 at a combined mustering camp, which was the custom in those days, a number of stockmen from stations in the area from Milgun, Mt Augustus, Mt Seabrook, Erravilla and Landor were having a day off. These men were resting and doing their washing when they started to argue about who had the fastest horse. Following discussions with interested parties from the surrounding stations, the EGRC was formed and the Landor tradition was born.

The event has now been run annually almost continuously since 1921, except for several years during World War Two and has been run on the same principles since the early days – that it is held in the spirit of a strictly amateur race meeting with local station horses and riders.  In this modern age this means that although all horses must be registered thoroughbreds, there is a special category of races for horses born in the district: “Nor West Bred”, and other races for horses declared as ‘district qualified’ which effectively means they haven’t raced anywhere else 6 months prior to the meet. There are no starting gates at Landor – all races are “walk up starts”. 

See Convoy Leader Bruce McDowell for your spot on this very successful Event theres only 10 vehicles so be quick.

Im in are you ? Jon McKenzie

DRIVERS & CREW @ the READY
Our Annual 4X4 Bush Bash Starting 30th Sept 2019 with approximately 10 days of exploring our Great State. This year we are heading to Mt Augustus to see what this Rock & Area has to offer by the photos there's a lot see.
We are also planning to drop in on the Landor Races which only run once a year see the write up,,,,
The Landor Races are the Eastern Gascoyne Race Club’s traditional bush race meeting. The meeting is held annually in the third term school holidays (October) at the racecourse near Landor Station. The Landor races have a colourful history and truly outback flavour. In 1921 at a combined mustering camp, which was the custom in those days, a number of stockmen from stations in the area from Milgun, Mt Augustus, Mt Seabrook, Erravilla and Landor were having a day off. These men were resting and doing their washing when they started to argue about who had the fastest horse. Following discussions with interested parties from the surrounding stations, the EGRC was formed and the Landor tradition was born.

The event has now been run annually almost continuously since 1921, except for several years during World War Two and has been run on the same principles since the early days – that it is held in the spirit of a strictly amateur race meeting with local station horses and riders. In this modern age this means that although all horses must be registered thoroughbreds, there is a special category of races for horses born in the district: “Nor West Bred”, and other races for horses declared as ‘district qualified’ which effectively means they haven’t raced anywhere else 6 months prior to the meet. There are no starting gates at Landor – all races are “walk up starts”.

See Convoy Leader Bruce McDowell for your spot on this very successful Event there's only 10 vehicles so be quick.

I'm in are you ? Jon McKenzie
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North Beach RSL Sub-Branch

MARCH ON MARCH OFF NEXT PARADE Monday 8 jULY

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This band is awesome!!! Best drumline ever!!! The Swiss Top Secret Drum Corp! 😮👍🏻

Credit: Jeff Easterling (https://youtube.com/channel/…)
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They are brilliant, have seen them at the Edinburgh Tattoo

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Lest We Forget

Our member A316777 Brian Mahoney passed away 28 May 2019.
Brian served with the Air Force.

North Beach Sub-branch

Our esteemed member WX34731 Bas Best passed away 5 Apr 2019.

Our Condolences to his Family.

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