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Driveway at Dawn Parade

To all Australians, let’s stand as one from 6am Saturday 25 April 2020 at the end of you driveways, balconies, porches and front yards for a minute’s silence to honour our veterans and active service people.

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About
Five Dock RSL Sub Branch

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Five Dock RSL Sub Branch provides for the well-being, care, compensation and commemoration of serving and ex-serving Defence Force Personnel and their dependants including members from overseas allied forces within the local Five Dock and surrounding areas.

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Local Projects

Supporting Local Schools

The Five Dock RSL sub-Branch are happy to make regular donations and sponsorships to local schools under our Schools Programme. We do this to assist and encourage school participation in ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day Commemoration Services.

Five Dock Memorial

The Five Dock RSL sub-Branch assist in the maintenance and ongoing security of the Five Dock Memorial in Five Dock Park.

Campaigning

ANZAC Day Legacy Poppy Appeal

In NSW, the ANZAC and Poppy Appeals have been run in recent years by RSL Welfare and Benevolent Institution, trading as RSL DefenceCare. Funds raised during these Appeals have helped current and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force and their families in times of injury, illness and crisis. Each year ANZAC Day tokens and […]

Comments From Our Members

As a serving ADF member I have enjoyed the warm welcome and Comradeship at the Five Dock RSL Sub Branch. I would highly recommend membership to all serving and former ADF members, particularly those preparing to transition to civilian life.

— Alec Watkins

The Five dock RSL Sub Branch has given me a feeling of belonging and being part of a big family which participates in the wellbeing of each member. I enjoy the convivial  mate ship and the story telling.

— Paul Celler