The Morphett Vale RSL will be conducting Sausage Sizzles each month at Bunnings NOARLUNGA Store, as listed on the Calendar Page.
Please support the Sub-Branch and the volunteers on duty by coming down and purchasing a sausage.
Morphett Vale is a suburban area 25 kilometres south of the Adelaide CBD.
The RSL Sub-Branch was founded on April 26th. 1926.
Guests are welcome, but of course if you visit often we will probably ask you to become a member. Membership details can be found on the Membership button above.
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The RSL Sub-Branch is located at 8 Robertson Avenue, Morphett Vale SA 5162.
Enter off Shefriffs Road via Wilson Avenue or Hillier Road via Ragan Road and Wilson Avenue.
The Sub-Branch is open Fridays from 5.30pm.
Meals are available between 6.00pm and 8.00pm.
Take a quick tour of the Sub-Branch by clicking here.
Join us at the Morphett Vale RSL for ...
Good Company - Family Friendly - Reasonable Bar Prices - Meals Available - Free Off-Street Parking - 3/4 Size Pool Table - Meat Tray Raffle
Each year the the Sub-Branch hosts community activities including; Digger Day Football Competion, ANZAC Youth Vigil in the South (on ANZAC Eve), ANZAC DAY Dawn Service on April 25th. and Remembrance Day Commemoration on November 11th.
More photos of Sub-Branch activities can be found on the Photo Gallery Button above.
To view information about ANZAC Day, April 25th 2022 and recordings of the Youth Vigil and Dawn Services Click Here.
The change to its current name of Returned & Services League of Australia was made in 1990 to reflect the organisation's concern for current as well as former servicemen and servicewomen.
The patron of the RSL is Queen Elizabeth II.
The current National President of the League is Major General A.G. [Greg] Melick AO RFD SC
The Returned and Services League of Australia (South Australian Branch) are responsible under the constitution for seeking benefits and provision of welfare for serving and ex-service men and women, and their dependants, conservatively speaking, the RSL in South Australia currently has an obligation to approximately 400,000 ex-service men and women, their widows and dependants.
To perpetuate the close ties of friendship created by mutual service in the Australian Defence Force or allied forces, to maintain a proper standard of dignity and honour among all past and present serving members of the Defence Force and to set an example of public spirit and noble hearted endeavour;
To preserve the memory and records of those who suffered and died for Australia;
To provide for the sick and wounded and needy among those who have served and their dependents including pensions, medical attention, homes and hospital visiting;
To inculcate loyalty to the Nation, to guard to good name and preserve the interests and standing of members of the Defence Force; and
To promote our policy on national questions, particularly:
The unity of the Commonwealth of Nations
The Defence of Australia
The maintenance of a sustainable and selective immigration policy
The development of a national Defence infrastructure and Defence industry,
The promotion and proper employment of the nation's natural resources