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Our Members


North Beach Sub-Branch of RSLWA welcomes you to participate with us and encourages and supports new members.

We encourage you to contact us, and to come along as a visitor to one of our meetings.  You will be made to feel welcome in our friendly and supportive Sub-Branch.  

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Interested in obtaining a book about the Battle of Crete and its connection between Prevelly Chapel near Margaret River WA and Preveli Chapel on Crete? Read More Here

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E-Safety And Computers

Be Connected is an Australia wide Government initiative empowering all Australians to thrive in a digital world.   It has online learning resources as well as a Network of community partners – the Be Connected Network – who offer support so you can develop your digital skills and confidence. Find a local place for friendly help and advice, or join the Network to help others.  See This LINK

Jackets With The RSL Badge

John Whitford-Smith has  Jackets with the RSL Badge (North Beach RSL Sub-Branch) on the breast pocket at a now Discounted price and include a free Army/Airforce/Navy tie.  Also ready polish black shoes.  If interested  and want to show your support, contact John on 0412 900 961

John Rolfe and Paul McGuinness wearing the jackets whilst at a RSL Function
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Defence and Veterans Legal Services Support

Defence and Veterans Legal Services Support on This Link.  Click This Link for its website

Defence and Veterans Legal Service (DAVLS) – a free, independent and trauma-informed legal service available to current and ex-serving ADF members, as well as their family members, carers and supporters.  DAVLS provides legal advice and support to anyone seeking to share their experiences with the Royal Commission into Defence and Veterans Suicide.

RSL Mental Health Initiative.

RSL Australia has partnered with Open Arms – Veterans & Families Counselling to provide suicide intervention and mental health literacy workshops across all RSL Branches.  See This Link.  Contact Secretary Wayne Koch for more in formation

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Council of the Ageing WA (COTA)

COTA is based in Victoria Park and is part of an Australia wide body that values the the contribution and lived experience of older people and the advance their rights, needs and interests.  Its website on This Link has a wealth of information and links to valuable resources and services. 

This information is provided as supplementary to that available from RSLWA and DVA

Its latest guide This Link has been prepared to support older Western Australians who may be isolated (by choice or circumstance) and whose normal daily routine has been interrupted by the Covid Pandemic, or just by life’s changes.

Play the Bugle?  Play the Trumpet?

See the Music on This Link – arranged by our Sub-Branch Bugler Robert Keatch

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