"My Boys"

Remembering those from the First World War


Their Stories

COVID-19 Notice

Monbulk RSL has re-opened however to due to COVID-19 restrictions for bars and clubs, 20 people indoors and 50 people outdoors is the maximum permitted.
We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Welcome to Monbulk RSL

Monbulk RSL is a traditional RSL Sub Branch located within the small hills township of Monbulk, in the Yarra Ranges.

Situated in the main street, the memorial gates and 1950's RSL Hall stand as symbols of the high regard that the Hills community has for those who served in the World Wars and wars thereafter. The Sub Branch continues to sponsor the wellbeing of veterans, serving and ex serving men and women of the forces and the wider community organisations and individuals.

Besides being a convivial meeting place for the locals the Monbulk RSL is a venue for Legacy and the Country Women's Association (CWA).

Monbulk RSL is located at 48 Main Road Monbulk VIC 3793 (see map).

Postal address: PO Box 105 Monbulk 3793

Telephone: (03) 9752 1100

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President: Mr Bill Ford 0409 182 686 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Secretary: Mr Craig VandenBerg 0408 311 165 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Where to find us:

 

 

Monbulk CWA

CWA

Contact for more information:
      Wendy Dennison: (03) 9756 7012

Monbulk RSL Newsletter

Membership

MembershipMonbulk RSL needs your membership. Membership is just $30 a year and can be:

  • Social
  • Service
  • Affiliate

Our members are:

  • Serving men and women
  • Ex-service men and women
  • Relatives of ADF service personnel
  • Emergency Services personnel
    (serving and ex)
  • Social members from the community

ALL WELCOME

For more information contact:
    Memberships Manager
    Peter Frazer - 0408 000 073

Legacy

LegacyLegacy assists our widows and families with caring, compassionate support.

Worth a Look

Silas roll call painting

Why not visit the 'Gallipoli and the Anzacs' web site created by the Dept of Veterans Affairs. It has a wealth of information on the history of Gallipoli with photos, maps and other memorabilia.

Go to www.gallipoli.gov.au and explore.

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