Who Are We?
The Sub Branch was formed on the 26th September 1936 with many members coming from the nearby Wynnum RSL and also local citizens. Members are Service or Ex-Service men and women who have come together for mutual support and to provide Welfare for Serving and Ex-Service persons.
Apart from the all important aspect of Welfare, our objective is to keep live the importance and memory of ANZAC Day, Vietnam Veterans Day and Remembrance Day.
Our executive committee meets regularly and memebers attend South East District and State conferences to keep members informed with up to date matters of interest to veterans and the community, a representative also attends Manly Chamer of Commerce meetings.
Personnel are available for attendance at Funerals to perform the traditional poppy service for the Ex-Service deceased and to assist at Citizen Member’s funerals if requested.
We are ordinary people trying to improve the welfare of our members and the community.
Do you have what it takes?
Come and join us.
Helping The Community
The Sub Branch provides for the community in cash and kind. Not for profit groups and schools are given use of the hall and equipment for fund raising activities and meetings.
Equipment is lent for community functions.
The sub Branch aslo provides direct support to a number of community organisations.
ANZAC DAY - 25th April
VIETNAM VETERANS DAY - 18th August
REMEMBERANCE DAY - 11th November
Set amount, depending on age
$20 per year
Any person who has served six months in the Regular or Reserve Forces of Australia, was a member of Allied Forces or who has assisted Australian Forces overseas and qualifies for membership.
$5 per year
Everyone is eligible.