The Violet Town RSL Sub Branch

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The Violet Town RSL Sub Branch is a small and very active group.

We meet each month on the second Friday at 14:00 hours at the Violet Town RSL meeting room in the Community Complex. The President has a social monthly luncheon with members on the last Friday of each month.

Our organisation is dedicated to honouring those who have served our nation through military service and we believe that the care of veterans and their dependants remains our core role.

ANZAC Day- 25 April every year

  • 06:00 hrs. - Dawn Service: at the Boer War Memorial on the Community Centre lawn in Cowslip Street. A light breakfast is offered after the Service.
  • 10:00 hrs. - ANZAC Day March along Cowslip Street to the memorial where the wreath laying and commemorative service is conducted.

Remembrance Day - 11 November every year

  • 11:00 hrs. - Remembrance Day Service: at the Boer War Memorial on the Community Centre lawn in Cowslip Street. Light refreshment is available following the Service.

We fundraise through both the annual ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day Appeals.

Support for our local veterans and their families is through referrals to ANZAC House facilities and services, as well as responding through the Welfare and Patriotic fund support. We also conduct hospital and Nursing Home visits upon request.

New members are always welcome to join, either as Service members or Affiliate members.

For further information, contact: The Hon. Secretary, Rand Alexander Phone:03 762 4755 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Centenary of Service Commemorations 2015 in Violet Town

The coming year, in 2015 the centenary of "100 Years of Service" will occur. The occasion will be marked by the Violet Town RSL Sub-branch. A date is to be confirmed - march is the preferred month.

It is anticipated that the day will include a military parade, which will include a Lighthorse troop, the rededication of the 1917 Anzac Avenue ceremony and the unveiling of a plaque marking "100 Years of Service".


Further information and date will be posted here.