National Cabinet relating to at home testing.  This Link

Covid Advice 14 January 2022 This Link

Covid Restrictions Order  This Link

Mandatory Vaccinations This Link

Vaccination Proof from 31 January 2022  This Link


The ANZAC Club is closed and will reopen Monday 17 January 2022.   See This Link for emergency contacts or look under our Welfare and Advocacy Page.



The Governor unveiling of the Plaque with Bev Benporath
David and Evette House at the unveiling

Friday 17th December was a pretty special Day for Bev Benporath & Evette House who are  National Board members of the Partners of Veterans Association of Australia.

On this day the Hon Kim Beasley, Governor of WA unveiled the Partners of Veterans Plaque at ANZAC Central in Perth.  The Plaque is made of Bronze with Enamel Motifs, their motto is:


David House was fortunate to be invited to the event, the Governor’s speech was very moving as he outlined the role that the Partners of ADF personnel play.  Partners often go unrecognised by many.

Their Motto says it all.  It has taken a long time for recognition to happen, but as you walk past ANZAC House in St Georges Tce, step into the courtyard named “Poppy Lane” and take a moment to reflect on the Service that our Partners have played for Australia.

This is the first official Plaque to be displayed in Poppy Lane.



RSLWA  Election  for State  President  Refer  to This Link.    To  nominate  refer  to  This Link


Working Spirit Job Fair, 25 March 2022, for younger veterans.  See Offers on This Link


ANZAC Club Events, including Best of WA Dinner This Link


Magazine Vetaffairs December This Link

DVA E-News for December on This Link


Jarrahdale Recovery and Restoration Veteran Transition Centre. This Link


An RSL Jacket? – see Offers on This Link


Presented to North Beach RSL Sub-Branch for participation in Veteran’ Health Week 2021

Well done to all Veteran’s Health Week participants, and to Alex Lennox and wayne Koch for their organisation and coordination of the events during the week


Our North Beach Memorial

The Memorial Precinct on the Charles Riley Memorial Reserve is owned and maintained by the City of Stirling and administered by the Sub Branch. The area includes the Monument, Wall of Remembrance and the “Lone Pine” tree.  Plaques on The Wall of Remembrance recognise the service of deceased members of the Sub Branch.

John Rolfe is the current Warden, and arranges the unveiling of plaques on Remembrance Day each year. (6 weeks prior notice required before unveiling of plaques)

Our Commemorative Committee

Our Commemorative committee organises ANZAC Day Dawn Services, and planning for the Remembrance Day service.
Funding for the Dawn Service is mainly from Lotterywest and the City of Stirling.

Our Groups

Walkers meet Wednesday and Friday, southside of Hillarys Marina from 08:00-08:45 for a stroll or controlled stagger along the coast.

Our kayakers meet up at 08:00 in the Yacht Club carpark for a paddle and pick up debris from the Boat Harbour.

Our cycling group is also gaining in numbers.

All Members are welcome to join our Coffee and Talk Group that meet on the south side of Hillarys Marina each Wednesdy and Friday from about 09:15 – Look for the sign.

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