ANZAC Appeal

12 Apr 2024

Join us for the ANZAC Appeal on Friday 12 April to support veterans and their families in time of need.

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ANZAC Appeal

The ANZAC Appeal continues to support veterans and their families in their time of need.

Show your support for our veteran community by donating to receive a button badge/sticker and an ANZAC biscuit.* Visit their stand in the Forecourt (outside the revolving doors towards Hay St) to donate. 

Your donation can help the RSL continue to deliver life-changing support to our veterans.

Date: Friday 12 April 2024
Time: 7am-2pm
Where: Forecourt (outside the revolving doors towards Hay St)
Cash and card accepted. 

*While stocks last



ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. ANZAC Day commemorates the 1915 Gallipoli landing during World War I. This eight-month campaign resulted in significant Australian casualties, with around 8,700 soldiers losing their lives.

These brave men who served on the Gallipoli Peninsula forged a legacy, introducing the term 'ANZAC' into our language and embodying the spirit of ANZAC, characterised by values of mateship and sacrifice, which continue to unite all Australians today.

Today, ANZAC Day is a day to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country. Commencing with dawn commemorative services, the RSLWA Anzac Day Service brings together former servicemen, servicewomen, their families, and the wider community in a tribute to those who fought for our freedom and security.

We will remember them. Lest we forget.