MEETING OPENED at 17:00, President John Rolfe welcomed 96 members and recited the Ode. HOMAGE FOR MAY 2022 I take a moment to remind us of just one of the stories from Australia’s military involvement in Vietnam. Brigadier Neil Weekes AM MC, then a National Service Platoon Commander with 1 RAR, recalled that the Battle
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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.
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Message from the President Welcome to our News Review. Covid restrictions has made an impact on our Sub-Branch as General Meetings have been restricted and our attendance numbers have been down. We are hoping that with the easing of restrictions we will soon be back to normal. First. I pay respects to the passing of
A Mandatory Contact Register was completed for all attendees in accordance with the requirements of Covid SafeWA. MEETING OPENED at 17:00, President John Rolfe welcomed 90 members and recited the Ode. HOMAGE FOR APRIL 2022 April is a significant month in Australia’s Military History, and I take a moment to remind us of just one
North Beach RSL Sub-Branch 14 March 2022 A Mandatory Contact Register was completed for all attendees in accordance with the requirements of Covid SafeWA. MEETING OPENED at 17:00, President John Rolfe welcomed 78 members and recited the Ode. HOMAGE FOR MARCH 2022 I take a moment to remind us of just some of the stories
Get fit and involved for better health and wellbeing with your peers.
Our Walking group meet every Wednesday and Friday from 08:00 to 08:45 at the southern Hillarys Marina car park.
At 8am, Wednesdays and Fridays, the Kayakers meet in the Hillarys Yacht Club car park western end.
The Bike group ride each Wednesday and Friday.
Join us for Coffee every Wednesday and Friday, from about 09:15. Look for our RSL North Beach sign, southern end overlooking the Marina.
We provide a supportive and friendly community for our serving and ex-serving members of the Defence Forces and Emergency Services.
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.