Applications are available at our reception area or admin office.
The RSL is Australia’s largest, most influential and effective ex-service organization. The League provides its members with a range of benefits and services, as well as promoting the ties of mate ship and caring for veterans and their dependants.
What is Service Membership?
Service Membership of the RSL is for anyone who is currently serving or has served in the ADF or any of Australia’s allied armed forces.
Service membership offers serving and ex-serving personnel mate ship and comradeship with others of similar life experiences.
Why join the RSL?
As a Service Member of the RSL, you will enjoy the privilege of having joined one of Australia’s oldest and most revered organizations. An organization committed to selfless service on behalf of the nation. An organization which is dedicated to honouring those who have served our nation through military service and which believes that the care of veterans and their dependants remains its core responsibility.
What are the benefits of Service Membership?
- Full voting rights within your main Sub-Branch;
- The ability to stand for any elected position within the RSL in Victoria, from a Sub-Branch committee to State President;
- Full access to members facilities and prices at over 80 licensed RSL venues throughout Victoria;
- The right to wear the time honoured RSL badge;
- The opportunity to continue to enjoy the spirit of comradeship experienced during your service in the armed forces with other serving or ex-defence force members;
- A quarterly journal through which you can keep in touch with issues relevant to League members
- The opportunity to participate in a number of RSL sporting and social activities.
Service Membership criteria
- Must 18 years of age or over;
- Has served in any of the Australian defence forces in any conflict;
- Has served not less than 6 months in the regular or reserve Australian Defence Force;
- Has completed a period of National Service in the Australian Defence Force;
- Has served in the defence forces of any country that is a part of the Commonwealth;
- Has served in the defence forces of the New Zealand or the United States of America;
- Is an Australian citizen and has served in the defence force of any country allied to Australia: